Pablo Escobar and Andrés Escobar: one a filthy-rich drug baron, the other an unimpeachable professional soccer player. Besides sharing the same name, they also both met their ends in the dangerous streets of Medellin, Colombia. This inflaming and shocking documentary draws a parallel between soccer and drug money. When Colombian soccer first became the rage on the international scene in the early 1990s, it was in part thanks to the millions that the drug cartels of Pablo Escobar and others had pumped into this most noble of sports. Their intentions were not philanthropic, but for the most part were motivated by greed. What's more, soccer was a great way to launder money. In a seething montage of archive footage and interviews, The Two Escobars exposes a notorious episode in Colombian history. In the 1994 World Cup, Andrés Escobar scored an unfortunate own goal for the United States, leading to his country's elimination from the tournament. Life goes on, he wrote in a newspaper column, not long before being gunned down in his car.