Traffic (2000)

Addicts Don't Vote

Wakefield (Michael Douglas) gets some advice on drug policy and PR from the Washington D.C. elite.

Directed by Steven Soderbergh.

Released in 2000 by Universal.

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  • character-type: Reporter
  • character-type: Politician
  • action: Lecture
  • action: Drink
  • primary-genre: Thrillers
  • primary-genre: Drama
  • secondary-genre: Political Dramas
  • secondary-genre: Drama
  • secondary-genre: Crime Thrillers
  • secondary-genre: Crime Dramas
  • mood: Understated
  • primary-occasion: Party Time
  • secondary-occasion: Cocktail Party
  • prop: Drink
  • prop: Glass
  • setting: Party
  • theme: Education
  • theme: Values
  • theme: Understanding
  • theme: Listening
  • theme: Humility
  • actor: Orrin G. Hatch
  • actor: Bill Weld
  • actor: Stephen Dunham
  • actor: Charles Grassley
  • actor: Jewelle Bickford
  • actor: Michael Douglas
  • actor: Don Nickles
  • actor: Jeff Podolsky
  • actor: Tucker Smallwood
  • actor: Harry Reid
  • actor: Dave Hager
  • actor: George Blumenthal
  • director: Steven Soderbergh
  • producer: Graham King
  • producer: Cameron Jones
  • producer: Mike Newell
  • producer: Marshall Herskovitz
  • producer: Laura Bickford
  • producer: Andreas Klein
  • producer: Edward Zwick
  • producer: Richard Solomon
  • cinematographer: Steven Soderbergh
  • composer: Cliff Martinez
  • editor: Stephen Mirrione
  • costume-designer: Louise Frogley
  • production-designer: Philip Messina
  • role-name: Robert Wakefield
  • role-name: Partygoer #2
  • role-name: Lobbyist
  • role-name: Partygoer #3
  • role-name: Partygoer #4
  • role-name: Partygoer #1
  • role-name: Himself
  • screenwriter: Stephen Gaghan
  • screenwriter: Simon Moore
  • year: 2000
  • studio: Universal