In turn-of-the-century Mexico, two very different women become a bank-robbing duo in an effort to combat a ruthless enforcer terrorizing their town.

Quentin Cooke: Hola. Are you Padre Pablo?
Padre Pablo: Yes.
Quentin Cooke: May I come in?
Padre Pablo: No.
Quentin Cooke: I thought the house of God was open to all people at all times.
Padre Pablo: It is. But God is not at home right now. He is down the road at the orphanage.
Sara Sandoval: I might not know who I am but I know who I'm not, I'm not someone who lets her country down.
Ashe: Where's the Governor?
Tyler Jackson: He's out stretching his legs.
Ashe: I don't know what you mean.
Tyler Jackson: Well I guess he fell of the train.
Maria Alvarez: [after being saved from drowning by Sara] I guess this makes us friends...
Sara Sandoval: I don't know about friends but partners, definitely.
Tyler Jackson: Your gold. Or, rather, should I say, my gold.
Governor: I'm not following you.
Tyler Jackson: No, sir, you're not.
[Pushing the Governor out of the train]
Sara Sandoval: [practicing holding up the bank] Don't move!
Maria Alvarez: Get on the ground!
Sara Sandoval: How can they get on the ground if I told them not to move?
Maria Alvarez: Oh! Well... Get on the ground and don't move!
Maria Alvarez: [to her horse] Wait for me here. Don't talk to anyone.
Tyler Jackson: Always count your bullets, senoritas
Sara Sandoval: And that is nothing to be ashamed about!
[after the priest catches her and Maria having a brawl in the church over the stolen money]
Sara Sandoval: Uh, we were just debating the basic economic theories of wealth distribution.