Dakip is a little boy who lives with his parents – Day and Ric – inside Camp Delgado, a makeshift prison inside a military camp for both rebels and criminals. Day does her best to shelter the child from the harsh realities of their life. She tells stories about an enchantress named Liway, with songs and imagination to help keep her boy from trauma. However, at the tail end of the Martial Law, her own dark past catches up on her and the lives of the detainees become increasingly difficult. She is confronted with the cruel possibility that the best interest of her child means never seeing her again. This is based on a true story.
When Arturo (Baldo Marro) was jailed because of drug trafficking, Eva (Via Veloso) shouldered all the responsibilities in raising their daughter, Belinda (Nika Madrid). Trying all the possible jobs, she sells her self to men in order for them to survive. Due to hopelessness, Eva decides to go to the province, meeting Morelos (Francis Enriquez), a man who introduced her the meaning of undying love and true essence of a family even offering her marriage. Ten years later, Arturo got his parole. He returned to the place where he left Eva and his daughter hoping to find his loved ones, a shocking truth unlocks the reality.
This film was made by the Japanese occupation authorities in the Philippines as a propaganda film to show the Philippine people the "benefits" of the Japanese invasion and takeover of their country.