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Directors of "Traffic"Steven SoderberghBirthdate: 14 January 1963, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Creators of "Traffic"Simon MooreBirthdate: 1958Stephen GaghanBirthdate: 6 May 1965, Louisville, Kentucky, USA
Critic Reviews of "Traffic"Chicago ReaderMay 18, 2008
I don't see this slightly better-than-average drug thriller, with slightly better-than-average direction by Steven Soderbergh, as anything more than a routine rubber-stamping of genre reflexes.New York ObserverApril 27, 2007
The promise of Sex, Lies, and Videotape has been fulfilled.Time OutJune 24, 2006
It's wise about different kinds of addiction and concepts of family, about the folly, futility and hypocrisy of anti-drug 'wars', and about the awful human cost of it all. And it grips like a vice from start to end.Globe and MailApril 25, 2003
Director Steven Soderbergh is riding one of the hottest streaks in the movie world.New York Magazine/VultureSeptember 26, 2002
Soderbergh's jazzed stylistics can be smartly entertaining. Without them, an uneven movie like Traffic might seem more of a mélange than it already is.TIME MagazineFebruary 07, 2001
It leaves one feeling restless and dissatisfied.7M PicturesJuly 30, 2012
It is such a complex film yet artfully done in such a way that you cannot help but sit back and admire it.Antagony & EcstasyJuly 09, 2012
A little masterpiece, at best, but for any other filmmaker, this would be a career highlight, while it's also easy to see how most other filmmakers would turn it into a dull, obvious harangue.IGN DVDJanuary 29, 2012
A fascinating look at how we're winning and losing the "war" on drugs.Common Sense MediaDecember 29, 2010
Tons of drug use, violence, and depressing stories.Suite101.comNovember 04, 2010
"Traffic" leaps into growing gorges between profit and principle and, from a law perspective, questions the sanity of ramming heads into walls of cocaine bricks. It remains one of the Zeroes' preeminent epics even after policy cinema's shift to terrorism.
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