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 Fazal (3 episodes)
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 Ronny Cho (3 episodes)
Tony Musante ...
 Alex Edmonds (3 episodes)
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 Tyler McKay (3 episodes)
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 Shannon Isler (3 episodes)
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 Kahn (3 episodes)
Jennifer Rae Westley ...
 Angie (3 episodes)
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 Chloe (3 episodes)
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 Wayne Frazier (3 episodes)
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 Zula (3 episodes)
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 Dale (3 episodes)
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 Crewman (3 episodes)
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 Home Owners Wife (3 episodes)
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 Home Owner (3 episodes)
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 Yuri (3 episodes)
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 Clyde (3 episodes)
Malik McCall ...
 DEA Supervisor (3 episodes)
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 US Special Op (3 episodes)
Muhammad Nasir Nawabi ...
 Afghan Kidnap Leader (3 episodes)
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 Walid (3 episodes)
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 Ben's Partner (3 episodes)
Zook Matthews ...
 Man in Rowboat (3 episodes)
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 Cleaner (3 episodes)
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 Dispatcher (3 episodes)
Greg Anderson ...
 Shipping Agent (3 episodes)
Stephen Spender ...
 US Officer (3 episodes)
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 DEA Agent #1 (3 episodes)
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 DEA Agent #2 (3 episodes)
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 Adam Kadyrov (3 episodes)
Bobby Stewart ...
 Alarm Guy #1 (3 episodes)
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 Brent Delaney (3 episodes)
Aurelio DiNunzio ...
 Alarm Guy #2 (3 episodes)
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 Ben Edmonds (3 episodes)
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 Mike McKay (3 episodes)
Scott Owen ...
 Sedan Guy (3 episodes)
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 Carole McKay (3 episodes)
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 Cop (3 episodes)
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 Barman (3 episodes)
Abdullah Amini ...
 Arms Dealer (3 episodes)
Audra Ricketts ...
 Drug Dealer (3 episodes)
Stephen Johnson ...
 Search & Rescue Diver (3 episodes)
Jason Dhaliwal ...
 Patel's Son (3 episodes)
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 Hospital Cop (3 episodes)
Nicholas W. von Zill ...
 Smuggler Captain (3 episodes)
Apollonia Vanova ...
 Morgue Woman (3 episodes)
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 Morgue Man (3 episodes)
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 Wine Waitress (3 episodes)
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 Carole's Agent (3 episodes)
Rhys Lloyd ...
 Paramedic (3 episodes)
Andrew Johnston ...
 Site Supervisor (3 episodes)
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 Buddy / ... (3 episodes)
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 DEA Supervisor #2 (3 episodes)
Marcus Hondro ...
 Illegal Man (3 episodes)
Joanna Piros ...
 Reporter (3 episodes)
Ahmad Sharmrou ...
 Liquor Store Clerk (3 episodes)
Dagmar Midcap ...
 Anchor Woman (3 episodes)
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 Building Manager (3 episodes)
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 Ben's Lawyer (3 episodes)
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A three-part miniseries that offers a look into the world of trafficking, where drugs, weapons, and even people are traded all over the world. Here, the lives of three Seattle-based men become intertwined...until they're all in over their heads. Written by Anonymous

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Drugs were just the beginning.

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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26 January 2004 (USA)  »

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$12,000,000 (estimated)
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16 : 9
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Connections

Remake of Traffik (1989) See more »

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Rave Dance
Written and Performed by Frankie Blue
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Some Writing Flaws Hurt the Mini-Series!
3 August 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This film was a take on the original. There are several stories going on here. One includes a Chechyen illegal immigrant taxi driver who is awaiting the arrival of his wife and daughter aboard an illegal ship. When the ship sinks with all the illegals on board, he is determined to learn the truth about the events. The second is a young man who has failed in real estate but takes over his father's clothing business with some shady ties to Ronny Chow. He suddenly realizes that his father was involved in transporting illegal immigrants. The third is a DEA agent with a devoted loving wife and son who just moved to Seattle. All of this takes place in Seattle. Anyway, he goes AWOL during his time in Afghanistan and there's more. Anyway, Mary McCormack delivered a great performance as the wife, Carol McKay. The other cast members are also quite good especially the Chechyen man. The film is weak in it's explanation of what actually happened to make it believable.


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