One day, high school student Shunsuke Ohta comes across a man that looks exactly like himself, who commits suicide at a train station. The next day, Shunsuke is abducted on his way home from school. When Shunsuke wakes up after that, he finds himself inside of a cage. There, various torturers gather and compete to see who can make their target confess their secrets the fastest in the "Torture Tournament." Shunsuke's battle as the "White Prince" against the "Black Moon" begins!
Purely from a business standpoint, it'd be the height of stupidity to take people off the street, knock them out with a stungun, throw them into a cage, and then force them to torture other people. If you want to be a shadowy organization running a torture tournament, you should at least make sure that your torturers actively want to torture people and don't have any motivation to betray the organization. Taking unrelated people off the street is too risky. Even if you threaten them with vague threats and allude to your organization having powerful connections in politics or whatever, there's still no guarantee that these unrelated people won't feel inclined to go talk to the police or the media or leak information about the organization all over the internet. I mean, even the people getting tortured signed some sort of contract and actively made a deal to be tortured in exchange for the possibility of getting a lot of money. So why would they kidnap Shunsuke Ohta and force him to torture people when he didn't sign any contract and obviously doesn't want to be involved? That's just a stupid, unnecessary risk. This is a shallow and uninspired attempt to portray the anxiety and struggle of somebody facing their own inner cruelty. It's put together so sloppily. And to make it worse, just look at those hands and joints. It's like I'm seeing scarecrows flopping through human motions.
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