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#LaLunaSangreBagongMundo Scene of the Day: La Liga Unida’s new home

Hindi na makapaghintay sa paglabas ng kapangyarihan ni Malia (Kathryn)! #LaLunaSangre

Danielle Aquino
Danielle Aquino

6/27/2017 in News
#LaLunaSangreBagongMundo Scene of the Day: La Liga Unida’s new home

After Sandrino (Richard Guiterrez) defeated and killed Mateo (John Lloyd Cruz) and Lia (Angel Locsin), and many others perished in the process, the members of La Liga Unida decided to go into hiding to be safe from the Supremo and all his followers on yesterday’s (June 26) episode of “La Luna Sangre.”

Our scene of the day took place in La Liga Unida’s new home in the middle of nowhere, far enough away from civilization that supplies need to be brought in every so often by truck. The supply truck arrived and everyone was scrambling for their piece of the outside world. This is our scene of the day. Why? Let me set the scene:

Two young women started fighting over make-up (of course, they’re millennials through and through, even out in the middle of nowhere.)
Lydia (Nikki Valdez) told them to stop fighting over something so trivial and told the story of how it was when she, Mateo, and Roman were living in the mountains (and of course, there’s gotta be someone from a different generation who tells a story from way back when. It’s all very true to life, 'no?)
A mother came to the defense of her daughter and said out loud what was on everyone’s mind--they’re tired of hiding and moving around so much (I get her point. I mean, who wouldn’t be tired? But did she want to DIE instead???)
An old woman stepped in and brought to their attention that Malia’s birthday was tomorrow (Oh, yay, birthday party!! *tugs tugs tugs*)
...and she’s supposed to get her powers!!!! (YES. Malia with powers is gonna be awesome!!! She can totally fulfill her dream of being a peacekeeper with powers to keep people in line.)
...and apparently, Malia’s birthday + her powers means their freedom (uh-oh. Her birthday may not be as fun as I thought it would be. That’s a lot of weight and expectation on a young woman’s shoulders, don’t you think?)
Then everyone started cheering and chanting her name (in what, I think, is supposed to be a show of support, but idk. Felt like pressure to me.)
Then the camera focuses on Malia’s face and you can just see the apprehension in her eyes (sweet baby has got so many people counting on her. That’s tough.)

Will Malia be able to live up to everyone’s expectations? Tune in tonight for an all-new episode of “La Luna Sangre” on Primetime Bida after “FPJ's Ang Probinsyano.”