In the year 2141, the race to develop a time machine ends with Japan’s victory. It has succeeded in creating the impossible – a device capable of journeying through space and time. However, the past is all the device can connect to. Furthermore, it can only send data. In other words, it is able to change textual data into digital signals which are then sent to computers in the past. However, an illegal organisation has pushed this technology further and completed a material transfer device. They use this device to send in five terrorists in a ‘time terror’ mission to kill the ancestors of key figures in the future. And so, in Japan in the year 2012, the plan is put into action and starts to threaten the future government. On the other hand, Japan’s government of the future actually does not have the technology to send people back into the past. Then, in absolute secrecy, it contacts the government in the past to request for the elimination of those infiltrators. In addition, it communicates to the government in the past to “look for five people and use them to hunt the terrorists from the future.” The five people chosen by the government from the future are dull ordinary people: Kakizawa Yuichi (Maruyama Ryuhei) a jobless university graduate, Sakakibara Asuka (Ito Ayumi) a housewife with internet addiction, Kanie Yuma (Sometani Shota) a recluse who has confined himself at home since the second year of junior high school because he was the target of bullying, Murakami Seiji (Kawashima Junya) a former university associate professor who was dismissed for stealing the personal belongings of female students, and Miyamae Yuki (Kutsuna Shiori) a beautiful, mysterious girl. Doubt gnaws at the government in the past. Why these five people? It would not help to hesitate, so the five of them head to the location which the terrorists from the future have designated as the murder grounds. What they see and feel with their sixth sense is … …?!
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