EXT. COLUMBUS, OHIO - DAY
a city this size.
This informant, paid by the police,
his felony drug habit, was the link
farm. A working farm. A farm where
The government, in its haste, has
employed an army of criminals whose
allegiance to the truth is, at
best, questionable --
Mr. Rodman...it's too bad your client
didn't show as much sense in choosing
what he planted as he did in choosing
Lately the only variation I'm hearing
in your argument is the name of the
client. And you can sit there all
day arguing the ins and outs of
Illinois v. Gates, but you aren't
going to convince me that this country
has not sanctioned the use of
Furthermore, there is no sacred
United Sates. When you make the
decision to have marijuana on your
acre of plants, your property can be
seized and your property can be sold.
advice? The next time you argue
regardless of my whereabouts, I
recommend you have something up your
sleeve other than your arm.
INT. ROBERT'S CHAMBERS - DAY
What do you think it is?
Depends who it's from.
(reading the card)
from this stuff. Three categories:
you like me, you hate me, you want
something from me.
Definitely third category.
What would a law firm want from the
new drug Czar?
Depends on the state.
Medicinal marijuana initiative.
Or am I being cynical?
Maybe there's a book in it.
Not by me.
They toast and drink.
EXT. COURTHOUSE - DAY
INT. AIRPLANE - DAY
looking at the view of our nation's capital.
ON THE TABLE:
salad. The wine glass is half-empty.
same jacket. As her hands dust the lint off his shoulders
Synopsis: Traffic is a 2000 American crime drama film directed by Steven Soderbergh and written by Stephen Gaghan. It explores the illegal drug trade from a number of perspectives: a user, an enforcer, a politician and a trafficker. Their stories are edited together throughout the film, although some of the characters do not meet each other. The film is an adaptation of the British Channel 4 television series Traffik.