A box set of hard-hitting dramas. In 'Money Kings' the owner of a bar, Vinnie (Peter Falk) has long been collecting bets from his customers for a Mafia gambling ring; always making sure they don't over-stretch themselves. But this all changes when Tony (Freddie Prince Jr), the hot-headed nephew of one of the mobsters, is given the job and takes a very large bet from Frankie (Timothy Hutton), an out-of-work alcoholic, who is then is unable to pay the debt. Frankie gets heavy-handed and demands the body of Frankie's wife as payment and Vinnie can only watch otherwise he could put his own family at risk.In 'The Boondock Saints' Conner and Murphy MacManus (Sean Patrick Flannery and Norman Reedus) are two Boston boys who believe it is their divinely-appointed mission to eliminate all the criminals in their neighbourhood. The local people are pleased by this, applaud the killings, and turn the boys into saints. But with FBI agent Paul Smecker (Willem Dafoe) on their trail, it seems their days might be numbered. Whilst in 'Made Men' some time ago Bill Manucci (James Belushi) stole $12 million from the mob, shopped the man he stole the money from to the FBI, then headed out for a peaceful life in the country. Now the mob have tracked him down and come asking for their money back. Bill manages to give the men the slip, but how long will he be able to stay on the run before they catch up with him again?