Triple set of Steven Seagal action films. In 'Shadow Man' (2006), an intelligence officer discovers that no one is what they seem in the shadowy world of espionage. When rogue operatives within the CIA smuggle a lethal virus out of the US and use ex-intelligence officer Jack Foster (Seagal) as their unwitting courier, they have no idea the fury that they're about to unleash. Unaware of the plot in which he's involved, Jack takes his eight-year-old daughter on a trip to Bucharest five years after the death of his wife and son. When she's kidnapped by a mysterious foreign agent, Jack searches Bucharest for her while the Romanian police, the American Embassy, and Russian agents all pursue him, believing he has a microchip containing the formula for a virus that could kill millions if it falls into the wrong hands. In 'Black Dawn' (2005), Seagal plays CIA agent Jonathan Cold, attempting to infiltrate a group of well-known arms dealers when his former student is captured and his cover is blown. With time running out, Cold must save his former student and prevent the arms dealers from selling a nuclear bomb to a terrorist group. In 'Submerged' (2005), having bioengineered a virus that controls people, an evil scientist teams up with a crooked CIA agent to steal a nuclear device and sell his virus technology. Meanwhile, a wrongfully convicted special op fighter and his crack team of commandos are given presidential pardons to go after the weapons and vanquish both the scientist and the agent in the end.