Is this film (killer Kd) fully to beconsidered a Zapata western? I didn’t think it was set in the 1910-1920 Mexican Revolutio. Is it?
And what exactly is a Zapata western? Yes, I know what it really is but there are different interpretations. I believe for a Spahetti to be a Zapata western, i has to be set in a Mxican Revolution (186?-1867 or 1910-1920) and it has to feature a Gringo educating the peon, not the peon educating the gringo. This is the reason I don’t consider Tepepa a true Zapata western. Tepepa has Milian trying to convince the gringo to believe in the revolution. Much like the Hollywood formula for the Revolution.