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El
Reviewer: Aaron Murphy 09/21/2010

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In the not too distant future a nuclear holocaust finally became a reality as most life on Earth was unequivocally wiped from existence. After the fallout finally settled, those few remaining souls decided to band together to create a new city amidst all the rubble. The Megaro Earth Project is the last hope for human civilization, but there's something not quite right about it. Aside from the flying cameras that watch your every move, there's also a secret group, known as the Black Widows, who have not only infiltrated all levels of this grand society but are quickly killing off the city's protectors as well. Elle is one of those guardians, known as a sniper, but even she is starting to notice just how strange things are getting. Not only with regards to the city and populace at large, but with her inability to stay conscious in times of great peril. Will she be able to discover just what hidden secrets the city holds and why she seems to be at the center of it, or will she simply black out when the moment of truth finally comes?
 
That's the real mystery held within El, just what is it about this one specific girl that makes her seemingly so important and integral to everything going on? At the beginning she's mostly oblivious to any of this, as her assigned job is simply to protect a popular pop singer, a sweet girl known as Parsley, who seems to have taken a certain shine to Elle. In this brave new world Elle is only slightly apprehensive to give in to the girl's desires, but while the two of them may have their own special playtime every now and again, there is still a battle being waged across the city. With the Black Widows systematically destroying the Snipers, Elle is constantly being flung between hectic battles and sensual love-making as she tries to stop their onslaught while figuring out if she's actually a lesbian.   
 
Every now and again, when the focus shifts away from Elle, we get to see either a covert Black Widow operative at work or the Snipers battling and eventually rape-torturing any suspects they may capture (only women need apply of course). This chain of events ultimately leads to a rather predictable conclusion that doesn't even make much sense. It's a shame not only because of the amount of time wasted on it, but because of the reduction in actual sex time as well. The only real erotic bits we get are either when El is having a little yuri fun with Parsley or when the Sniper crew is raping suspected Black Widow members for information. This, if nothing else, gives El a dash of spice as these policemen rape and all around sexually torture these women with enemas, electrified clamps and all sorts of piercings. While that may have perked your interest, the animation and details are just too lacking to really make any of the scenes all that enticing and the English dub is simply awful beyond words. Whoever thought having porn stars do the voices should have really given it up after hearing this performance.
 
El really wanted to be something more than your average hentai title, but despite all its effort it just wasn't able to pull it off. The story is slow, mostly uninteresting and predictable, while the sex scenes are too infrequent and the technicals too lacking to really give you a reason to watch.
 
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Review Title:
El
Alternative Titles:
Elle, E'l
Type:
OVA
Episodes:
2
Duration:
60 Minutes
Aired:
2001
Suitable For:
Adults Only
General Rating:
2 out of 5 stars
Hentai Rating:
2.5 out of 5 stars
Genres:
Police, Sci-Fi, Gangbang,
Rape, Toys, Watersports,
Yuri
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