Synopsis: After suffering from a vehicular accident, Rosa, with her children Amiel and Rommel, transfers to the old Pension House owned by Rosa's aunt. Rosa hopes that the new place will heal the ...
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Topel Lee
  5 nominations.
105 min


Found you!

Come. I'll show you something.

Just a second.

- What are you doing here, Jun?

- Don't go with Jerry!

Go home.

Your Mother must be looking for you.

What's this?

Why are we here?

Because we're alone here.


Hello, Sandra!

- No!

- Get her!

But this is seasonal.

I only did it for Mom.

Besides, I could probably bring her

to Canada in three years.

She won't need to work anymore.

- Thank you, honey.

- Plus...

she will be more relaxed

once we're there.

How about you?



- Mom! You scared it away!

- I'm sorry, Amiel.

- I didn't know.

- Aw, it flew away. Rommel will be sad.

Avvvv, Mom.

I'm so sorry.

At least you still have one.

But it will feel lonely.

Let's catch another one later, okay?

- There!

- Nobody move. Nobody move.

- Amiel, don't move.

- I'm not moving.

Get it, Rommel!

There's so much on your hair.

Mom, does beer taste good?


You're still too young for that.

Wait till you grow up, okay?

Don't think about it right now.

I won't. Papa might get mad

if I ask him again.

Good boy.

Mom, can Rommel and

I play Aunt Lola's piano?


Let me see.

Wow. Amiel's so handsome.

And Amiel's mommy is so beautiful.

Wait. Let me memorize your face

so I won't forget it.

I love you, son.

I love you, mom.

Rommel, let's practice?


Practice what?

We'll still go here even if

I can't see anymore, right?

I should learn my way

around the house, right?

Start practicing now.

Eight steps forward.

One to the left. Go.

Retinitis Pigmentosa, auntie.

There's no cure.

It's genetic.

He got it from me.

I'm the carrier.

It's my fault.

Do you know why

you're named Amorosa?

Because you're so loving.

Don't blame yourself.

It's not your fault.

You are a good mother.

Look at your children.

So, what do you think?

- Do you like the renovation I did?

- Yes, I do, Auntie.

I got this cheap.

I saw it in the ads.

I thought it would be

a good business, right?

Speaking of business,

how's yours and Lito's business doing?

Oh, Auntie.


- We failed.

- Oh my God.

We couldn't save it

so we just sold it.

I told him it's a good thing

we had some money in the bank.

Don't worry.

I will give you this house.

You're like a ghost.

You come out of nowhere.

Are you a guest?

Sir, the gardener's assistant

is never invited to parties.

Once you all leave...

I'll be the one to patch up

the grass in the garden.

You caught two doves?

Of course. You can have them.

- Are you sure? Thanks.

- Yeah, take them.

I'm Rommel, by the way.


Take care of the doves, okay?

- Of course.

- Let's go, Amanda.

That's Mr. Pedro, my Uncle.

I plant the flowers because

they die when he does it.

His hands are too hot

because he's a healer.

Amanda, I'm not deaf.

Why are you making up stories?

I'm telling the truth.

I'm going to take them, okay?

- Thanks. I'll take care of them.

- Okay. Sure.

Don't worry.

I'll name one after you.

And I'll name the other one

after me-Amanda.

You're not yet circumcised,

but you already have a girlfriend.

Stop it, Amiel.

Mom, you look sad again.

Please smile.

Come here.

Rommel, do you remember our promise?

We'll take care of your brother.

No quitting. No giving up.

Yes, Mom. No quitting. No giving up.

We'll take care of big brother.

My son, you always give me strength.

- I love you so much.

- I love you too, mom.

For the best mommy

in the whole world.

Wow! More food!

- Thank you!

- Thank you!

MY boys.

, this school you want

to attend is too far away.

So inaccessible.

Mom, can I stay there while I study?

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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