Box set containing three popular drama movies starring Johnny Depp. In 'Don Juan de Marco' (1995), Marlon Brando plays a psychiatrist whose last case, that of Don Juan, is his most difficult. Don Juan (Johnny Depp) is the world's greatest lover, having seduced over 1000 women, and his amorous tales totally captivate the analyst, re-awakening passions which he thought had been lost forever. In 'Blow' (2001), George Jung (Depp), having seen his parents defeated by poverty vows to do better for himself and when his marajuana dealing operation lands him in jail the chance to join the drugs big league beckons. On release, George seizes the opportunities of the 1970s American cocaine boom, establishing himself as the man behind 85% of the country's entire supply. But George doesn't have the icy determination for a business that is lethal to its own, and soon his relationship with Mirtha (Penelope Cruz) is on the rocks and his business dissolving around him. 'The Libertine' (2004) follows the adventures of John Wilmot (Depp), the second Earl of Rochester. Known for his scandalous ways, he lives life in pursuit of vice with little recourse. Married but not satisfied, he has a passionate romance with a young actress, Elizabeth Barry (Samantha Morton), and writes a scurrilous play that lampoons its commissioner, King Charles II (John Malkovich).