Benicio del Toro in Traffic

Benicio del Toro in Traffic

Benicio del Toro stars in Traffic. The actor won an Oscar for Supporting Actor in Steven Soderbergh's masterwork.
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Traffic Photo

Traffic Photo

A photo from Traffic.
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Helena Ayala Picture

Helena Ayala Picture

Helena Ayala (Catherine Zeta-Jones) learns that her husband is a major drug dealer. She then positions herself to continue his operations and have the government's chief witness killed to free him from prison.
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Javier Rodriguez Rodriguez

Javier Rodriguez Rodriguez

Javier Rodriguez (Benicio Del Toro) is a Mexican drug agent who finds himself stuck amid corruption, murder and deceit while trying to bring down a Tijuana drug cartel. In "Traffic," we learn that no one gets away clean.
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Montel Gordon Picture

Montel Gordon Picture

Montel Gordon (Don Cheadle) is an agent from the DEA trying to bring down a major U.S. importer of cocaine. His biggest task is keeping a key witness alive long enough to testify.
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Robert Wakefield Picture

Robert Wakefield Picture

Robert Wakefield (Michael Douglas) is a judge tapped by the U.S. President to lead America's war on drugs. But his war on drugs begins at home with his daughter Caroline.
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Traffic Picture

Traffic Picture

Traffic (2000) is the story of the war on drugs, as seen from various vantage points in multiple countries. One underlying theme: no one gets away clean.
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Traffic Quotes

Teacher: [Robert Wakefield drags Seth out] Can I help you?
Robert Wakefield: Seth has to be excused. He's going on a field trip.

[high on coke] We act like we have all the answers and we're totally invincible, like our parents seem and their parents before them, and I'm sorry, that I have to be the one to say this, but it's fucking bullshit. For instance I know you jack-off thinking about Caroline even though you're supposedly "in love" with Vanessa. Whatever the fuck that means? I mean, what is that convention anyway? We're all this random collection of self-interest, and we just decide that we're gonna walk two by two down the fucking aisle to Noah's ark?

Seth Abrahams