Mom! This bench is wobbly now. Good thing you didn’t fall off
while sitting. That’s why I waited for you
to come back and fix it. Hey. You missed your
Uncle Benjie a lot, right? Why don’t you go
talk to him then? I’m worried, Grandma. He might never come back
just like my dad. But what matters is he’s back. Go on, talk to him. Uncle. Aya. Can you braid my hair? Just like the old times? That’s right. That’s right. Now I know why
I fixed this bench. Come, sit here. You know, it’s been so long
since I braided someone’s hair. Everyone inside the camp
are tough men. Just like me. Think of your firearm
as your wife. Take care of it, and don’t ever
leave it behind. What’s so funny? Sir, I don’t have a wife yet. Well, now you do. Don’t ever aim that gun
at your brothers. Only aim it at our enemies. Are we clear? Yes, sir! Let me borrow. Hey! It’s my turn. You’ve been
watching for hours. You can’t change
the channel, Buknoy. I’m not done watching. Mom, Buknoy’s so stubborn! Instead of fighting over
the TV, just turn it off. – Michael!
– It’s time to eat. – That looks good, Mom.
– It’s time… Michael! Michael! How’s everyone?
I missed all of you! You’re a soldier now? It says “Army.” I brought you food. It’s chicken. Is this real? Pinong, Michael’s
part of the army now. Uncle.