Martial arts superstar, Bruce Lee, died under suspicious circumstances but now his brother, Robert, has enlisted the help of a former Hong Kong Police Detective to investigate the truth behind the mystery.
On 20th July 1973, martial arts superstar Bruce Lee dies under mysterious circumstances in Hong Kong. The official verdict is that his death was a tragic accident – an allergic reaction to aspirin in a painkiller. It is a decision that Bruce Lee’s younger brother, Robert Lee, has never believed. How could his seemingly fit and healthy big brother die suddenly at the age of just 32?
Now, Robert Lee wants the truth. He has enlisted former Hong Kong police detective and friend of the family, Philip Chan, to find out why and how Bruce Lee really died.
This launches Chan on an investigative journey, as he scours every corner of Hong Kong for evidence – journalists reveal how, from the very beginning, Bruce’s death was surrounded by deception and lies; previously unseen government documents detail what was really found in Bruce Lee’s autopsy; Bruce’s stunt men disclose how the film star was drawn into on set fights; and a real-life Triad comes clean on the underworld’s role in Bruce Lee’s sudden death.
Using this hard evidence, Chan arrives at a brand new theory, which finally allows Robert Lee to gain closure on how his legendary brother – Bruce Lee – really died
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