Analytical Look At "traffic" And The U.s. War On Drugs

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Title: Analytical Look At "traffic" And The U.s. War On Drugs
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Date: July 18, 2005
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Even in the eyes of grief and pain, he stays loyal to his friend by not letting his girlfriend know the real reasons behind his death. The director shows how even the law officials can be caught in the business of drugs. Steven Soderbergh achieves his goals for Traffic...
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He shows how everyone can get caught into the powerful forces of the drug trade business. He shows how ineffective the current U.S. Drug policy is and yet offers no better solution. How can we end the drug problems in the United States without filling our jails with the innocent? He shows the complexity of the current situation and the hopelessness of it all, yet leaves us with a small glimmer of hope, just enough to keep fighting...
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