It's not fair, this life.
I know you deserve better.
Best I can offer you is peace.
The things we lose to keep you fed.
Jesus, that's John Dutton.
Commissioner, you all right?
The state of Montana has never gauged its progress
by the size of its cities.
We measure our progress
by how those cities impact the people
and the land surrounding them,
the land that feeds them,
provides their water, nourishes their souls.
This doesn't sound like a legal argument, Mr. Dutton.
It sounds like a lecture.
Well, it's a summation of our state constitution,
which clearly states that land preservation
and property rights take precedence over public expansion.
The constitution clearly denotes
the state's right to eminent domain
and grants the authority to condemn property
for the public good.
For essential public services
like hospitals, schools, highways--
例如医院 学校 高速公路
not housing developments.
Housing is essential.
Bozeman has doubled in size in a decade.
We're 30 miles away,
and our population is less than it was 40 years ago.
Why? Because their fence guarantees we don't grow.
Stagnation is death for a town,
and the Duttons are the ones killing it.
Well, poetic if it were true,
since a Dutton founded the town.
As it stands, the defendant is correct.
Our land use laws are quite clear.
For this commission to grant eminent domain,
you must show public need, not desire.
I think that's enough posturing.
- Let's put it to a vote. - The plaintiff hasn't shown
any legal imperative for a vote,
so this case is dismissed.
It's 30,000 acres, Jamie.
That isn't a fraction of the ranch.
Okay, look, you can harvest the timber first,
no environmental review, nothing.
You can cut every tree to the root.
You want to suggest to my father
that he clear-cut his land, be my guest.
You're a braver man than me.
Just mention it, Jamie.
The town grows, or it dies.
Well, maybe it should grow...up.
Condos, Alan, like they have in San Francisco.
公寓 艾伦 像旧金山那样
Who wants to live in a condo in Montana?
I don't know how you're gonna get 'em out by yourself.
Don't have to get 'em all out.
Just that stallion.
Once he's gone, the rest will leave on their own.
Best of luck. That bastard kicked my truck door so hard,
we had to use a crowbar to get it open.
That damn mustang's done more in one week to stop drilling
than every environmental group in the state.
Maybe I should just leave him where he is then.
Where'd you find this guy?
Ad says he works with problem horses.
Oh, this'll be interesting.
Kid's fucking crazy.
Sure is building something.
- Beth. - Of course he didn't.
He couldn't find his ass with both hands.
- Bob--Bob needs you. - Give me a minute.
I don't think he has a minute.
God damn it, Bob, I didn't come here
妈的 鲍勃 我不是来
to do business with these people.
I came here to do business with you.
I can hear you screaming halfway down the hall, Craig.
I thought we were gonna try and work this out, Bob.
We've been trying to work this out for three hours, Craig.
This is the alternative.
We don't want to merge.
No one wants to merge with you.
You have a three-to-one debt ratio.
It'd be easier to sell VCRs.
I'm not gonna be bullied by your hatchet man, Bob.
We will pull our funds,
and we will take our business down the street to Chase.
We're just asking you to suspend the dividend.
And kill the stock!
What do you think's gonna happen
when I dump our 18% share tomorrow morning?
I'll tell you what.
The stock will drop below 10,
SEC will suspend trading,
and every creditor you have will file on you.
Your company will be chapter 11 by Friday,
and since we're your largest creditors,
I can promise you there'll be no negotiating then.
I will be CEO of IL Energy by Monday.
I will fire every fucking employee.
Then I will sell your leases and equipment to Chevron
for 30 cents on the dollar, and you, buddy,
you will have the unique distinction
of being the only drilling company
to go bankrupt in the largest oil boom of the last century.
Won't that look good on a resume?
I started this company in my garage.
That's where it's gonna end up
if you don't suspend the dividend
and allow us to assume management.
You're dealing with me now.
So what's it gonna be?
Are we restructuring your company tomorrow or killing it?
You made the right choice, Craig.
We'll get you through this.
I just saved your house.
I put your kids through college.
Maybe you should say something more appropriate.
Bet it was fun putting him in the trailer.
Yeah, they call him a tornado.
How are you planning on getting him out?
I'm just making this up as I go, babe.
I'd step back a bit further if I were you.
I know it don't seem like it, but it is.
Easy, easy. That's it.
淡定 淡定 就这样
You kids get back!
That's it, that's it. Come on.
It's all right. It's all right.
Sure, son, in about a year.
No fear in this one. He got that from you.
You mean no common sense. He got that from you.
Well, I suppose your homework is in the kitchen doing itself.
Oh, he's gonna be fun to break.
Well, holler at me if you need my help.
Wow. My brother actually talked to you.
Well, that was progress.
Yeah, it was something.
I got parent conferences tonight,
so you're on Tate patrol.
I wonder what he's thinking.
Well, he's probably thinking I took his freedom.
Your mother was always better at this.
Hey, you know who's really good at it?
- Doctors. - Yeah.
Should have done that yesterday.
Here, let me do it. Let me do it.
给我 我来吧 我来
All right, Alan asked me to mention it, so I will.
They'd allow us to harvest the timber before the--
- The answer's no. - Yeah.
When you say no, it must be the death of the question.
Mm-hmm, I understand.
If there's even a hint of maybe,
the questions won't stop until they find
something you can't say no to.
You got to learn when to think
like a lawyer, you understand?
And when to think like a landowner.
Or a lawyer's all you're ever gonna be.
Well, I'll say this. You...
You got your mother's hands.
Hey, I said you wouldn't consider it.
Should you consider it? Absolutely.
We could use the money and the leverage that comes with it.
You're not coming, Dad?
No, I got a meeting in Bozeman.
Why don't you take your badge out with you today?
I mean, they won't give us any trouble over strays.
I mean, hell, they'll probably help us round them up.
Well, the badge is for the ranchers riding with you.
It'll keep them from bringing home any extras.
Did you hear me?
Leverage is knowing if someone had...
all the money in the world...
This is what they'd buy.
I'm sorry I'm late.
I wanted to see the reservation first.
Did you enjoy your tour?
Well, it's good that you took it.
Inequity must be witnessed to be changed.
I can't imagine all your mother overcame
just to raise you here.
I never met my mother, and I wasn't raised here.
Till I was 18, I thought I was Mexican
even though I didn't look Mexican
and I didn't feel Mexican,
if one can feel their heritage, which I believe one can.
When I turned 18, my adoption records were unsealed,
and imagine my surprise.
I confronted my adopted parents,
who said they lied to protect me.
They said as a Mexican,
I would face discrimination, sure,
but as an Indian, I would know a hatred
that had to be endured to be fully understood.
They thought they were giving me a better chance at life.
That's this nation's policy toward us, always has been.
If we want a better life, all we have to do
is stop being Indian.
I'm gonna change that policy.
My people are the only ones that can change that policy.
The gambler's money is like a river,
flowing one way... our way.
Senator, you've never driven a road
or walked a trail
or skied a mountain in Montana
that didn't belong to my people first.
This nation doesn't want to give it back?
We'll buy it back...
So what do you want from me?
I want you to help me spend it.
Come. Meet the people we're saving.
Ladies and gentlemen, let's welcome the new chairman
of Broken Rock, Thomas Rainwater!
What about water and power?
You don't need a permit for that?
See, the bank's concern is that you're gonna break ground,
and the state or the fucking EPA paper us in lawsuits
because we built a power plant without a permit.
In the state of Montana, no permit is required
to build a power source for a mine or a mill.
Now, we'll construct our own mill
that will also allow us to harvest wood directly from the forest,
cutting our lumber cost by 65%.
Damming the river here will generate enough power
to light every home in the subdivision.
Now, this is a self-sustaining community
30 miles from the most pristine wilderness in North America.
Now, if you don't see the potential in that,
we need another bank.
We see the potential.
There are no restrictions on damming a river?
Beavers do it all the time.
On our land it's our river.
Now, this isn't California, gentlemen.
We can do whatever we want.
My name's Ted. Where are you from?
I've been here a week.
You're the first person I've met who's actually from here.
Can I buy you another drink?
Hey, Dalton, give me another one.
You don't live here anymore, though, not dressed like that.
You came back for a family reunion.
No, no, those never happen at home for some reason.
不 不 这里好像不流行家庭聚会
Let's see, Bozeman is a college town,
so I'm gonna say a school reunion,
Do you feel close, Ted?
Ah, it feels like I'm getting close.
You're in real estate or something
equally as unimportant, married,
couple of kids, one on the way.
That was your excuse to come out here.
Need the break. Work, family life.
你需要透口气 工作 家庭
It's so demanding.
A little fresh air, a little "Me time."
You came alone 'cause none of your friends could afford it,
and those who do, they--they have wives a lot smarter than yours
'cause let's be honest, Ted,
you didn't come here to fish.
That's why you're sitting in a bar
instead of standing in a river.
Who the hell are you to judge me?
I ain't judging you, buddy.
I'm hunting too, just not hunting you.
What's wrong with me?
You look like a real soft fuck, Ted.
All you city boys do.
Gentlemen, mind if I join you?
They even got the barb wire tore down.
That is our property, god damn it.
Can't hear ya. Come about 2 feet closer.
- You think I won't? - I think you shouldn't,
but coming on our land is bred into you people.
I've had enough of your shit.
Let me tell you something--
When those cattle walked onto our land,
they became our cattle to do as we please.
Whatever happens next happens to you first.
You should respect your veterans.
Boy, you sure made a mess of this.
It was a mess when I got here.
This is a tribal issue, John.
Livestock commission's got no authority here.
Those look like livestock to me.
The Chief's at Commencement, but I'm calling the shots.
I'm impressed you said that with a straight face, Ben.
Cattle wandered onto res land, John.
cattle don't know the difference
between your land and ours.
Neither did we till the government showed us. Ha.
Now I guess we're showing you.
I argued against it, but the new chief...
Hungry for a fight, this one.
God damn it, I just--
I just don't see how anyone gains from all this, Felix.
I don't either, but he don't think like me.
Grew up in Denver,
went to some big university.
Now he thinks like you.
I'll keep 'em here as long as I can, John.
I'll bring up hay so they don't wander.
- Lee! - I got to go.
Clear everyone out.
You know, there was barbed wire on this fence a week ago.
I know. Now clear them out.
Move out! All right, let's go!
Ladies and gentlemen, I'd like to welcome you out
to the 2018 Greater Montana Livestock Auction.
We're gonna start out with lot number one.
It's Royal M. Duke, a 2013 registered
English bull offered by Double G Angus Ranch,
sired by Supreme Domino out of Miss Domino.
Now we're gonna start the bidding out at 25,000.
I'm at 25. I'm at 50.
I'm at 55, gonna go 60, at 60 now,
5万5 6万 现在是6万
now 5 on 65,000, 65 looking for 70.
加5千 6万5 有没有7万
75, 75 and now bid at 80, 80,000, 85?
7万5 8万 8万5
One phone call. I'll be right back.
We have any legal recourse on the Reservation land?
Civil maybe, but if you're talking prosecution,
we need friends in the U.S. Attorney's Office.
I wouldn't wish the week you're having on my mother-in-law.
Well, it's only Tuesday.
75, now bid at 80, 80.
This is not the day, Dirk.
The word has it you're hiring.
Cowboys, not criminals.
Jimmy's the only family I have left.
The favor's to me, not to him.
We're gonna do this my way, all right?
You understand? My way.
I remember when your way was the only way,
and the world was better for that.
- Hello, Governor. - John.
-你好 州长 -约翰
Jamie did well at the hearing.
It's easy to do well when the outcome's decided.
I couldn't hit it if he didn't tee it up,
and my offer still stands, John.
I don't want him in politics.
He's already in politics.
Yeah, with a constituency of one.
How concerned should I be about this issue on the Res?
It's a new chief showing off for his voters.
We should schedule a lunch.
Sold it to you. 135. Sold it, 135.
成交 13万5 成交
They're building a city.
Good to have you home.
Come on. That's it.
That's it. That's it, buddy.
Got tiger stripes on his legs.
You know what that means, don't you?
- Spanish blood. - Pure.
One of his ancestors probably bucked a conquistador
and took to the hills.
You manage to break his spirit,
no horse will serve you better.
He'll serve me just fine with spirit intact.
I used to think the same thing at your age.
Hope you prove me wrong.
I didn't know them were your cattle.
Would it have made a difference?
You don't want to be on the wrong side of this, son.
Yeah, well, the list of things I don't want is endless.
You telling me what to do is one of them.
I'm not telling you what to do.
I just don't want you to get in trouble.
Well, if I'd have known there was sides,
I wouldn't have been there at all.
Good lord, even here the world just keeps on coming.
Rough week, huh?
One only a grandson could fix.
Thought I'd come see
Tate play in the dirt, maybe even join him.
He's at Monica's parents.
I guess the early grandpa gets the worm, huh?
Can I give you some advice, Kayce?
Someday your son's gonna test you.
He's gonna force you to make a decision
that not only determines his future
but your place in it.
I want you to remember me standing here, son,
before you make that decision, because this--
this is a consequence of choosing wrong.
I just want to know him, Kayce.
- You know him. - No, I don't. I don't.
We've met, but I don't really know him.
And he doesn't know me.
Is it too much to ask that you help make that happen?
You've always asked too much.
What was he doing here?
Dirk Hurdstram's boy?
You alone, Jimmy?
I'll take that as a yes.
You're a two-time loser, Jimmy.
One more felony, and they throw away the keys.
You know what? You might do all right in prison.
You got the lips for it.
You're either a servant or a king in this place,
and I ain't no fucking servant.
Oh, what the fuck, man?
Wait, wait, wait! Wait, wait!
Fucking psycho, wait!
Jimmy, I'm gonna give you two choices.
One is I take you and all this shit,
and I drive you down to the sheriff's office,
and it's good riddance to your sorry ass,
or you prove that you deserve another chance.
From what I can see, you don't, but it ain't up to me.
You're with the Yellowstone?
It's getting cold, Jimmy.
You know what? Fuck it. I'm taking you to the sheriff's.
- Wait, just. - Just get up.
-等等 先 -快起来
Why would John Dutton give a shit about me?
Now, you be a man about it. Don't scream.
You know where the ranch is?
You start Monday.
Hey, we need a new dishwasher.
I notice you never ask for appliances with your pants on.
- Number one, I make more money than you do, cowboy. - Oh, yeah?
-第一 我挣得比你多 牛仔 -是吗
And number two, I already bought it.
No pants is so you don't bitch
about driving to Billings to pick it up.
Tell me about today.
He just wants to know his grandson.
I guess we could give him that. What do you think?
You know what I think.
But we'll give it to him anyway.
It'll happen to us too someday.
Tate'll move away
and have a family of his own,
and all we'll get is little fixes.
That is the meanest thing you've ever said to me.
I know, baby, but it's true.
我知道 宝贝 但这是事实
We can make another.
That way when he leaves, it won't hurt so bad.
Lost one last year.
Old gal just turned 11.
I needed you at the auction.
I was at the auction.
I don't mean checking brands.
Dad, I stand in bullshit 12 hours a day.
I'm not gonna do it at night.
That's Jamie's job.
You can't run this place
if you won't interact with the people, Lee.
- I'm running it right now. - This ain't running it.
- Don't start with me. - Alright! This ain't running it!
-别跟我吵 -行啦 你这不叫经营
This is working it.
God damn it, 38 years old,
you still don't know the difference.
Shit, one's down.
Looks like a breech.
Can we get her up?
No, we'll pull it--
We'll pull it while she's down.
- You feel the legs? - Not yet.
Easy, mama. Easy, easy.
放松 妈妈 放松 放松
Okay, got them, I got them. All right, tell me when.
好了 我抓住它们了 告诉我时机
When you look at that calf, what do you see?
I see a life I got to feed and defend
until it grows up and feeds me.
That's what a cowboy should see.
But a cattleman sees a $293 investment
worth $1,100 in seven months
whether it feeds anyone or not.
Wish I saw it different, Dad.
Well, we see it the way we see it, son.
Well, if it isn't bachelor number two
up at the crack of 9:30 and dressed to seize the day.
九点半起床 精心打扮 享受当下
- It's Saturday. - No weekends on a ranch.
Nice to see you're still smoking.
Well, women in this family don't live much past 40 anyway,
so I might as well enjoy my time.
What are you doing here?
Same thing I always do.
Fixing something you couldn't.
You missed breakfast.
What the hell are we supposed to do with buffalo?
Yeah, well how much these son of bitches cost?
Well, they ain't cheap.
I was thinking about you yesterday.
A friend of mine in Jackson Hole
was talking about their rodeo.
Bozeman doesn't have one. Why not?
It's because nobody here cares about rodeos.
Oh, you're wrong, John.
Every millionaire I know wants to be a cowboy.
Authenticity's the one thing that money can't buy.
It'd be good for Bozeman
and a great way to honor men like you.
Yeah, well, parading us in front of your friends,
Dan, isn't an honor. It's a--it's an insult.
丹 这不是尊敬 这是侮辱
You want to build subdivisions,
move to Dallas. I won't have them here.
Yeah, that's right. Nothing happens in this valley
It's called progress, John,
and progress doesn't need your permission.
Yeah, in this valley it does.
What do you care what I build?
You expect me to believe that you're concerned
about the environment?
You raise cattle, you fucking hypocrite.
You know what I think it is? I think it's ego.
I think it chaps your ass
to walk through a grocery store and nobody knows who you are.
You bet your ass it does
because every family you move in
moves a family I know out.
With every winner, there's a loser.
First thing you said I agree with.
Can't stop it, John.
It'll make a lawsuit much simpler.
Say, "stop building" or else.
I'm skipping straight to or else with you, you cocksucker,
and from now on "Or else" is all you get.
you owe me a horse, you son of a bitch.
You look nervous, Rip.
Like a stray dog who can't enjoy being in the house
'cause he's so worried about the broom.
I don't really sleep.
Yeah, well, they say spiders don't, so...
You know, life's not that complicated, Rip.
You either walk on down the hall...
There's a music festiva in Livingston this weekend.
You want to go with me?
You ruin it every time.
I always remember your dick as being bigger.
I guess that's just the nostalgic in me.
Is this where you ate ice cream when you were a boy?
This wasn't here when I was a boy.
I will say this though.
These transplants sure can make some ice cream.
What's a transplant?
a person who moves to a place,
and then they try to make that place
just like the place they left.
That don't make sense.
It's all right. Here. Give me that.
没事 给 把它给我
Hold that in both hands and eat it from the top
so it don't fall off again.
Is he a transplant?
They're all transplants.
What's the matter, Dad?
Just hope I don't regret this.
Thought I'd bring the fix to you.
You know how to ride a horse?
Course I do. I'm Indian.
But you're a cowboy today.
I've dated women with shorter hair than you.
Yeah, you sure they were women, Lee?
Last time I saw you, that was high and tight.
How's Mr. Daniel?
Yeah, you're the only one who shares that opinion.
That's 'cause I'm the only one who got to know him.
What are you doing here?
Closure, I guess. You?
Not sure you'll find that here.
Penance you earn. Closure you find.
Look somewhere else, and you might.
Hey, Kayce, let's go. Grab a horse.
凯斯 我们走吧 去找匹马
Any chance you'd join us?
I don't get near those fucking things.
Let me do it, Grandpa.
- Can you do it? - Yeah.
This horse ain't got any go.
He's got some go. Hold on.
I'll get him going for you.
Think they should hold here.
Kayce might be the only man who can outride him.
Here, grab--grab that rod.
There you go. Reel it in, buddy.
Lee, get my horse.
Little late in the year for that.
Can you pull him up?
That's a big one, huh?
- Yeah. - Oh, she's pretty.
Yeah. Look at that one.
Here, wait, don't touch it.
给 等一下 不要碰
You're gonna raise him on a reservation?
People do it every day.
'Cause they have no choice, Kayce.
Yeah, looks like you're ready to eat.
Every day, just like this.
Who are you kidding?
Bet you haven't fished here in years.
Only thing we haven't done in years
is see you, Kayce.
Well, he told me to leave.
He told us all to leave.
You were just the only one who did.
It's different. You know that.
Right, so you're gonna raise him in that meth-filled
desert to prove a point.
What I'm proving you'll never understand.
Shit, I miss being young.
You wake up in the morning,
and you just keep right on dreaming, huh?
You're a 38-year-old bachelor living in your father's house,
working 100-hour weeks for a nibble of his approval.
Is that the dream, Lee?
Sure as shit ain't mine.
Don't throw things at my dad.
It's okay, buddy.
We're just brothers arguing, man.
Nobody's mad, okay?
You gonna tell me there's no fight in that blood?
He's right though.
It is a good day.
He said "Fucker."
You got green for water.
Blue is sewage, yellow for gas.
Driveways are marked in pink
and corner buildings in red.
If I were to dam the river...
I'd do it right there around the bend.
That's where they're doing it.
That's your property upstream?
Now, I'm not gonna lie to you.
There's gonna be a severe impact to your land.
Erosion's my biggest concern.
My biggest concern is a subdivision
sucking on our river.
There's nothing you can do.
On their land, it's their river.
I mean, I can't stop the river from flowing.
I don't want you to stop it, Ron.
I want you to move it.
How's it going over there?
Oh, hey, we got to make the dressing.
Oh, okay, I'll make it.
How could you give him a D, Monica?
The D was a gift, believe me.
Math is not his thing, like his father.
Well, he better make it his thing,
or he's gonna end up like his father.
He's my brother. I can say it.
When I get my steers, I'm gonna take one,
carve out a porterhouse the size of a radiator.
They divvying up the cattle?
maybe you shouldn't have rounded them up.
They ain't yours to divvy.
You got one of those?
What do you have to do to win one?
You got to kill someone to get one of those.
Ain't that right, Kayce?
That's the Navy Cross.
You wouldn't believe what I had to do to get that one.
What's he doing here?
Well, I hope I'm not intruding.
Of course not, but my grandfather's not here.
Well, I'm not here to see your grandfather.
I want to thank you for helping the other day.
I don't know your father.
I hope it didn't put you in an uncomfortable position.
Well, if you plan on keeping his cattle,
you'll get to know him real well.
Those are bargaining chips, a means to an end.
Politicians are like crabs. We move sideways to go forward.
Well, that won't get you too far with him.
He says he'll do something, you're not gonna stop him,
if you call that honest.
It's a rare thing these days.
What do you want from me?
understand the man I'm negotiating with.
Well, he's reasonable till he's provoked.
Then reason don't factor in at all.
Doubt that helps you, but that's who he is.
Thank you for your time.
Have a good evening.
You're not joining him?
You didn't ask me here to hunt.
I'm here to talk cattle.
They don't belong to you.
They don't belong to you either.
They belong to the people now.
Every one of them wears a brand.
If anybody tries to move them off the Res--
They'll never leave the Res.
We'll use them to raise calves, wear our brand.
I understand your position, Thomas,
and what you think you need to do...
but I won't allow you to make
victims of the people who elected me
just to appease the people who elected you.
Your people don't know the concept of victim.
Let's keep this about cattle.
If you act like a thief, Thomas,
I will treat you like one.
How can you stand there on a ranch the size of Rhode Island
and accuse me of theft?
Is this your idea of respect?
Letting some crippled old man ride his lame horse
out toward your half-tame buffalo
so he can pretend to be something we haven't been in a century?
Look what you've reduced us to.
You lay everywhere but the coop.
- Staying for dinner? - Can't.
Just need a few words with this young buck here.
Can you give us a minute?
If you can say it to him, you can say it to me.
Hard to talk about you when you're standing here, darling.
我要和他聊你的事 你在这不方便 宝贝
Come on, Tate. We're being sent to our room.
走吧 泰特 我们被赶回屋了
The Nation will keep the cattle.
Your father will try to take them back.
He has every right.
We had every right to take them, so now we will fight.
It's his fight, not mine.
You will be judged for the actions of your father.
If you do nothing, you will be judged for that too.
Maybe it's best you go home for a while, eh?
You know what I mean.
I've been nothing but a friend to everybody here.
If somebody wants me to leave,
you can tell them to come make me.
Pretty silly thing to say on a reservation.
I don't ask much,
but I'm asking you this.
Take care of my granddaughter.
Be good to that boy.
Until they find a cure for human nature,
a man must stand with his people.
And we are not your people.
Let's go. You're late.
Let's go. You're late.
You know how to ride a horse?
Figures. Come here. Give me your shit.
明白 来 东西给我
Let's go. That there is Ron.
You do whatever the hell he asks you to do.
Come on, get on. Get on the horse.
Get on the horse, Jimmy.
Pull the reins to stop. Kick him in the belly to go.
All right, let's move.
Everyone's forgotten who runs this valley.
So this is how you remind them?
This is not the way to remind them.
We don't choose the way, little brother.
Dad, I'm the fastest runner.
I'm bucking. I'm bucking.
This is the last one.
Jimmy, hey, get your ass up here.
- I just saw a trout. - Shut the fuck up.
Crank this thing until I tell you to stop.
Holy shit, is this legal?
You're a criminal. What do you care?
I thought the oldest Dutton was gonna keep me out of trouble.
Getting in trouble's the only skill you got.
The only difference now is you ain't gonna get caught.
Start moving it down to the river. Let's go.
Start moving it this way now.
Hey, quit looking at fish.
- Hi, Marian, how are you? - Hi, how are you?
-玛丽安 你好啊 -好啊
- Hello. - Hello.
- Sir? - Thank you.
- How are we all doing here? - Oh, good!
- It's been a long time. - Yes.
- Thank you for coming by. - You look well.
Thank you for joining me.
I feel different here.
My skin tingles.
Never felt like this before.
That's because you live in the city.
Cities are the sunsets of civilization...
monuments to an exhausted landscape.
Man is migratory by nature.
What you're feeling is instinct...
a hunger for new land that's woven into your DNA.
That's the reason our species survived
when countless others failed.
is the sensation of touching your destiny.
- We hold here. - Hold up here.
- Ready? - Yeah.
Let's get out of here!
Who's that? Is that one of ours?
Hit him with the light.
What the hell's he doing?
Everybody pull back.
We got to get the fuck out of here.
We ain't going anywhere without our beef.
4 tours in Afghanistan, and I got to deal
with this shit in fucking Montana.
- Wheel us around. - Jesus Christ, John,
-绕一圈 -天啊 约翰
- we got to get out of here. - I said wheel us around!
We've still got men down there.
Drop us down and push those bastards back.
All right, we're through.
You want 'em back, come and get 'em!
I'm gonna get you out of here.
Look at you... you're a man now.
In case you don't already know,
there's no such thing as heaven.
Yes, sir, yeah. I hear you. Give me four mounted agents
好 我明白 派四个骑警
and four agents on ATVs out there right now.
All right, state police are sending a chopper out to look for him.
Tell them to hold off.
Go straight to Jamie.
Tell him everything while it's fresh, all right?
We'll just--we'll just rest here a bit.
We can pick a spot together, huh?
Go back to your room.
A dispute over cattle between tribal police, BLM officers,
and members of Montana's livestock association
turned deadly last night...
- Turn it down. - Leaving three men dead.
What did Kayce tell you?
The usual, nothing.
I should have seen this coming.
How could you know he wanted the cattle that bad?
He didn't want the cattle.
The FBI and Bureau of Indian Affairs agents
are investigating two of the deaths as murders,
and though jurisdictional issues
will certainly complicate the investigation,
the U.S. Attorney's Office is pledging every available resource.
I'll have a senate hearing on this next month.
You have the full weight of my office behind you.
Thank you, Senator. We're gonna need it.
Let me freely speak unto you of the patriarch David,
that he is both dead and buried...
He's one hell of a horse.
Ain't got the breeding of your stud, but he has a heart.
He would have died for me.
You want to stay for supper?
You can put him in the barn.
I brought him for you.
You can put him in the barn.
I deserve to know what happened, Kayce.
Baby, why won't you talk to me?
He's never looked at me the way he looked at Lee.
And he never will.
I need you more than ever.
Can you stay for a while?
I'm not going anywhere. Just tell me who to fight.