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-I can’t imagine living here. These are the owners. We’re gonna buy the land from them. Say hi, Uncle, Auntie. -Yes. -Please sign here. Okay, wait. Abah. Don’t you want to give it another tought? -Done. -Done. May I see the certificate? Here you go. -Hey, Mom. -We don’t want to move! Euis, Ara, hey. Euis, Ara. I’ll try and have a talk with them. Don’t worry. They love the house. And the land will also be. Hey. You can’t yell at Teteh Euis anymore. I don’t want to move, Abah. You embarred us. We may be poor. We may be bankrupt. But we still have our manners. Understand? Are you listening to me? Yes, we are. But you never listen to us. I just want what’s best for you. If we move to Jakarta, our life will get better. But that’s not what the kids want. I know. I know, Ara is exhausted from walking to school every day. I know. Euis keeps longing to go back to Jakarta. And be with her friends again. I know. No, Abah. Don’t lie to me. From the moment we got here. .who always wanted to go back? You! Who wanted me to sell this house? You! You’ve been giving Ara ideas. Making her mischievous. Everything’s a mess. Whose fault is that? Mine? I know, this is all my fault. My fault. It’s not your fault. No one’s blaming you. It’s all my fault. -No one. -I made our life miserable. No one ever said that. We all understand. If. .I hadn’t. It’s all my fault. I made your life miserable. You are all my responsibility! So. .who’s responsible for Abah? Emak is such a good cook. Have some more. Have another corn cake. I’m good. Ceu. Don’t worry. I explained everything to Mrs Presier. Fortunately, she was in a good mood. So the transaction is on. She has transferred the down payment. You should check whether she transferred the funds yet. We changed our mind about the house. You can’t do that. No can do. Euis. That’s unprofessional. But I can’t promise you, Mrs Presier will agree. Actually I don’t want you to leave, either. We’re business partners. What about our opak business? I can’t go back to being a loan woman. If you leave, what will happen to me? I don’t know what to do.