Anime for mature audiences
Denise from Ashburn Age: 31. A pretty debaucher will provide a lot of pleasure and an ocean of pleasure.
Adapted from an equally spellbinding manga series, this psychological thriller has more in common with "SE7EN," "Silence of the Lambs," or the Alex Cross procedurals than many other anime titles. This sets into motion a whole chain of insane misunderstandings. Mainly, though, the show deals with concepts in the same way a nation creates—and attempts to live up to—its own mythology. This one's not for those who prefer happy endings. An urban legend is circulating about a mysterious figure named "Little Slugger," who can put you out of your misery if your life's falling apart. It's " Romeo and Juliet in the samurai era," with the star-crossed lovers being the young scions of two mutually antagonistic ninja clans. What would you do if you were a hapless office worker who found himself stranded in some scummy harbor city in Thailand, held hostage by pirates pointing guns up your nose.
Dawn from Ashburn Age: 27. Meet a nice nice middle-aged man.
Anime Film For A Mature Audience
This one's not for those who prefer happy endings. A pop star retires from her singing career to try and make it as an actress. The standalone pun intended feature films, "Ghost in the Shell" and "Ghost in the Shell 2. Suddenly, he's become one of the "Euphorics," a subclass of humanity with powers that others would kill or die to have. There is violence and some sexual material, but mostly because of the all-pervading sense of paranoia—hence the title. This s animation director tried to make animation cross over to adult read.
Diane from Ashburn Age: 29. For regular sex will meet with a guy.
Leah from Ashburn Age: 24. I am gentle, affectionate,kind,well-groomed, with a good figure and no less beautiful soul.
Ten animes for older audiences
Like Kon's other movies, it explores issues of identity and illusion that might be best appreciated by older viewers. It's exactly what you'd expect from a director who made the blurry dividing line between illusion and reality his favorite subject. This was Satoshi Kon's one foray into episodic TV, and it's astounding stuff. One of their number comes to question his loyalty when a dissident woman finds a way to his heart, but love rarely conquers all in real life. Unable to leave since he's already implicated himself with them, the samurai instead digs deeper into the workings of this cadre that call themselves "The Five Leaves. The boy vanishes, and Tenma discovers disturbing evidence that he might have become a serial killer. Sexual and suggestive material abounds the film is rated R.
Martha from Ashburn Age: 27. I would like to meet a guy for regular sex, one-time sex.