Time Adventure: Zeccho 5-byo Mae

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Time Adventure: Zeccho 5-byo Mae
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Directed by Yōjirō Takita
Written byIsao Takagi
Produced byHaruhisa Okino
StarringKozue Tanaka
CinematographyYoichi Shiga
Music byKouichi Fujino
Distributed by Nikkatsu
Release date
  • December 20, 1986 (1986-12-20)
Running time
76 minutes

Time Adventure: Zeccho 5-byo Mae (Japanese : タイム・アバンチュール 絶頂5秒前) is a 1986 Japanese pink film directed by Yōjirō Takita.



A softcore sex film in Nikkatsu's Roman Porno series with comedy and science fiction themes. A sexy young woman travels 15 years into the future to 2001, where she engages in various sexual escapades. [1]


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