“The Infiltrator’s” Bryan Cranston talks about the responsibility of playing a nonfiction character

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U.S. Customs agent  Bob Mazur was the first to say, "Follow the Money," when dealing with drug cartels. As an undercover agent, he did just that and helped bring down a money laundering empire. FOX 4's Russ Simmons sat down with Bryan Cranston who portrays Mazur in the new thriller "The Infiltrator" to talk about the war on drugs overall. Watch the video above to hear Cranston's thoughts and how the film tells the story. He also chats about the responsibilities of playing a nonfiction character.

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