Traffik is a 1989 crime TV miniseries broadcast by Channel 4 Television Company in the United Kingdom. It is modern-day Europe and the drug war, which is just as bad over there as in the continental United States, is seen in great detail by two German detectives who have captured a middle-man. The middle-man immediately gives up his boss and it is up to his unwitting wife to keep their business going. A British home minister makes a trek to Pakistan and gets to see the seemingly endless poppy fields (the flower used to create heroin). While this transpires his daughter has become an addict herself back in London. A poor peasant farmer from Pakistan knows that to survive he must go to Karachi and find work. There he becomes employed by a sadistic drug lord who cares about nothing but himself and making money illegally. These storylines mesh, combine and twist to make for one stunning experience.