Directed by Brad Furman
“The Infiltrator”, a well-directed and tautly-written Bryan Cranston vanity piece, is a fine addition to the pantheon of Undercover-Cop films that dot the cultural landscape. 406 more words
Imagine being an undercover agent trying to make your way into the world’s biggest drug cartel. One wrong move and you’re dead.
That was the case with United States Customs Agent Robert Mazur who went undercover in the 1980s to infiltrate the money-laundering organization of drug lord Pablo Escobar. 202 more words
Written by Jesus Figueroa
Jesus, @Thisfunktional of thisfunktional.com, attends “The Infiltrator” press day with director Brad Furman, screen play writer Ellen Brown Furman, book writer and real life undercover agent Robert Mazur, actor Benjamin Bratt and Bryan Cranston. 64 more words