Adaptation of Suehiro Maruo's manga, which in turn is inspired by the kamishibai story of the Camellia Girl (Shoujo Tsubaki). There's now a live action version. An eroguro classic.
Midori is not for the faint of heart - some say that the horrifying content is gratuitious, and it may be so, but it doesn't matter for me.
I signed up for an experience. I wasn't expecting to laugh and smile.
I don't think anybody expects that, since Midori has a reputation for being one of the most disturbing anime of all time.
None of the characters, with the exception of the protagonist, are likable, but they aren't meant to be... though there are people who are fans of Muchisute, for…