Triple-bill of Jackie Chan martial arts action. In 'Dragon Lord' (1982), Dragon (Chan) is the son of a wealthy businessman who lives his life enjoying the finer things, frittering away money and chasing girls. His life is changed forever when he stumbles across a plot by a band of villains to sell off the country's finest treasures. Thus inspired, he sets out on a journey of punching, kicking and self-discovery. In 'Crime Story' (1993), Chan stars as a cynical top cop investigating a series of kidnappings in Hong Kong of the children of wealthy businessmen. To make matters worse it is his own police partner who is involved in the kidnapping schemes. In 'Heart of the Dragon' (1985), Tat Fung (Chan) is a respected police officer who gives up his dreams of sailing around the world in order to care for his mentally disabled brother, Danny (played by director Sammo Hung). However, when Danny is kidnapped after getting unwittingly caught up in a gangland dispute, Fung must fight his way out of a tricky situation: Danny's kidnappers want Fung to divulge the identity of a police informant, but telling them would risk not only his job but another man's life. Also included is the documentary 'Heromakers', which takes a behind the scenes look at the Hong Kong action movie industry, and features interviews with leading members of the Hong Kong Stuntman Association as they reveal the secrets of their trade.