Think porno is the only business with a casting couch? Spotlight portrays the music industry as one rife with leering producers, mob connections, payola, dysfunctional starlets and sex-for-success tradeoffs. The only difference we can tell is that these characters have more genuine personality than all the self-absorbed music jerks in the real world.
Saori is the talented waif who must tread lightly through the minefields of perverse distraction in order to ascend to the top of the pop star universe, but said producers and mobsters are always attempting (usually with success) to get into her tightie whities. By the time Saori deals with the come-ons from male and female alike (including a rival girl band with a predilection for pussy; plus an orgy) her success seems assured.
The only problem we have with this animated porn is that virtually any sexual position and camera angle can be had for no more cost than a pencil's stroke, so there's no excuse for many of the uninspired compositions these animators elect to draw.