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In the worst serial killer crime spree in years, the ‘Dragon’ is hunting young Asian men as his victims. FBI Agent Robbie Taylor has been assigned to use his skills as a psychic to help solve the case and find out the identity of the madman.
Los Angeles Police Officer Dave Harris, a rookie black cop meets up with the handsome FBI agent on one of the gruesome crime scenes. The two are immediately sexually attracted to each other and begin a secret affair that keeps them sane in the middle of all the madness. As the corpses keep piling up, their passion and love grow.
Will they outwit the Dragon? Or will he get away with murder? The two men hope they survive the battle of wits and come out of the crisis alive.
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A serial killer is murdering Asian men at an alarming rate--one a night for twenty days before taking a break and starting over again in another city--and the local authorities haven't been able to track him down. Even the FBI is stumped. It's not until one of the Bureau agents--who also happens to have a psychic ability--meets one of the local officers that things really kick into action. Not only are they starting to make progress on finding the killer, but the two men begin a relationship that ignites a fire in each other.
Whereas the first adaptation of Hauser's book, Capital Games, was slick and polished, Naked Dragon is much grittier and that serves the story well. It helps, too, that the author is a former police officer, so everything you see the officers do in the film is how it would actually be done. The actors involved are very good and the production makes the most of its modest budget. What's a real shame is that Miss Hauser announced her retirement from writing and from making future films. This second phase of her career as director and producer is a glove she wears well and it would be a disappointment not to see her continue.