Director: Martin Campbell.
Actions are transferred to California in the early 19th century. Corruption is rampant in the territory. The insidious Rafael Montero comes to power, who uses execution as a method of intimidating citizens. His authority seems undeniable. And only the brave Zorro saves three regular captives from certain death. The offended Rafael vows to find and take revenge on Zorro. And the governor keeps his promise. The villain learns that Diego is hiding under the mask, living with his wife Espinoza and a small child. He kills his wife, and Diego puts him in prison. Daughter Rafael Montero decides to raise on her own, as if this is his own daughter ...
Years go by. Mexican rule in California has not gone anywhere. People continue to suffer from oppression from the ruling elite. They are robbed to the skin, condemning them to hunger and suffering. But one day Zorro returns. This time, under the guise of a legendary warrior, Alejandro Murrieta is hiding, who is tired of a slave existence. It turns into the city's last hope for freedom. As a student of the legendary Diego, he also encounters the insidious Raphael. How will the decisive confrontation end?