Viva Zapata! | Chicago Reader

Viva Zapata!

Elia Kazan's 1952 apology to the radical establishment for spilling the beans at the HUAC hearings is largely a compendium of noble liberal sentiments, the Mexican revolution whitewashed for east-coast intellectuals. John Steinbeck wrote the screenplay, square in the Noble Peasant tradition. Marlon Brando makes a vaguely ridiculous Zapata, stern and spiritual. With Jean Peters, Anthony Quinn, and Joseph Wiseman.


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