Traffic Traffic (2000) - Trailer #1 - Directed by Steven Soderbergh and starring Benicio Del Toro, Jacob Vargas, Andrew Chavez, Michael Saucedo, and Tomas Milian. The movie takes a broad approach to the war on drugs in the USA. It shows the corruption in both Mexico and the USA. Both on a personnal scale as on larger scale. The movie has a lot of storylines, which are tied together slowly.
Traffic Traffic (2000) - Your Whole Life Is Pointless - Room service turns fatal as key witness Eduardo Ruiz (Miguel Ferrer) convulses from eating poisoned food, his death orchestrated by Ayalas’s operatives.
Traffic Traffic (2000) - Hi, Daddy - Wakefield (Michael Douglas) finally reunites with Caroline (Erika Christensen) after a long and anxious search.
Traffic Traffic (2000) - Addicts Don't Vote - Wakefield (Michael Douglas) gets some advice on drug policy and PR from the Washington D.C. elite.
Traffic Traffic (2000) - General Salazar Pulls Rank - South of the border, Javier Rodriguez (Benicio Del Toro) and his partner Manolo Sanchez (Jacob Vargas) are accosted by General Salazar (Tomas Milian), who takes in the drug dealers that they just arrested.
Traffic Traffic (2000) - Conspiring to Conspire - Helena (Catherine Zeta-Jones) is told by her husband’s attorney and good friend, Arnie (Dennis Quaid), that her husband is dealing drugs.
Traffic Traffic (2000) - A Desert Killing - Manolo (Jacob Vargas) is kidnapped after trying to double-cross General Salazar. He and Javier (Benicio Del Toro) are taken back to Mexico to be killed.
Traffic Traffic (2000) - Planting a Bug - Ayala (Steven Bauer) dismisses Arnie (Dennis Quaid) and then suddenly finds himself face-to-face with an angry Monty (Don Cheadle).
Traffic Traffic (2000) - Assassination Attempt - After escorting Ruiz (Miguel Ferrer) from the courthouse, Agent Castro (Luis Guzman) is mistakenly killed by an assassin hired by Helena Ayala (Catherine Zeta-Jones).
Traffic Traffic (2000) - A Drug Bust Shootout - DEA Agents Gordon (Don Cheadle) and Castro (Luis Guzman) meet with Ruiz (Miguel Ferrer) under the guise of drug dealers — when suddenly, the buy goes horribly wrong.
Traffic Traffic (2000) - Drug Economics - Seth (Topher Grace) educates Wakefield (Michael Douglas) on the economic dynamics of the drug scene.