Cranston and Bratt in a scene from “The Infiltrator
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Cranston and John Leguizamo play U.S. agents who infiltrate Escobar's financial grid. Benjamin Bratt is a drug trafficker linked to Escobar.As with 20th-century criminals like Al Capone, the movie and TV industries are slowly turning Escobar into a legend.The most popular productions so far have been the Colombian series "Pablo Escobar: el patron del mal," the Netflix series "Narcos" and the movie "Escobar: Paradise Lost," starring Benicio del Toro."The Infiltrator" is based on the story of the Robert Mazur, who in 2009 published a memoir by the same name.Cranston's character must decide whether to turn in a criminal who has become a good friend."In the end," Cranston said of Mazur.
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