Synopsis by Robert Firsching
The 10-second death of the title is an allusion to female orgasm, and this exploitation feature from Japanese sex-film pioneer Shogoro Nishimura concerns a wealthy woman (Midori Satsuki) and her attempts to achieve as many of them as possible. Kunie Tanaka co-stars in this slickly-produced drama, the appeal of which depends upon the viewer's desire to see the lovely Satsuki rolling around naked with various men. Nishimura's intriguingly erotic films of the 1970s, including the classic Danchizuma Hirusagari No Joji (1971), had been replaced by this point in his career with standard, interchangeable softcore done strictly for a paycheck.
orgasm, sex, slice-of-life