Viva Zapata!

You know what this is, general?
- No.
- This is your ranch.

My ranch?
It's an old custom
to reward victorious generals...

...and no one deserves it
more than you.

I did not fight for a ranch.
I don't think you know what I meant.
I know what you meant.
The land that I fought for
was not for myself.

- But...
- What about the land I did fight for?

General, that'll be taken care of.
Believe me. In good time.

Now is a good time.
- General, sit down.
- I am not tired.

This is a constitutional government.
There's a way to do things.

This noise, confusion, I can't think.
Get out! Out! Get out!

Give me these. I'll sign now.
MAN: They're still waiting, sir.
- Let them wait. I'll come.

I'll be back. Don't let anybody in!
Get the workmen out.

They make too much noise.
This mouse in a black suit
talks like Diaz.

No, he's right. This is peace.
It takes time. We work by law.

Laws. Laws don't govern, men do.
The same men who governed before are
here in that room. They have his ear.

- They've got to be cleaned out.
- And land given back.

- And if Madero doesn't do it...
- Yes?

Then he's an enemy too.
You're his emissary, officer, friend.
I'm a friend to no one
and to nothing except logic.

Peace is very difficult.
Mano, what do you think?