Benjamin Bratt

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Bryan Cranston and Benjamin Bratt on “The Infiltrator”

The cocaine trade that peaked in the eighties and nineties and the ensuing drug wars have left a profound mark in the culture, reflected in a bona fide film genre which produced films such as Steven Soderbergh’s Traffic, Oliver Stone’s Savages, Ted Demmes’ Blow and Denise Villeneuve’s Sicario. Not since the gangster movies inspired by prohibition has organized crime held such sway over Hollywood, it seems, as the Cocaine cowboys and the lawmen that tracked them.