"This man is not our enemy"
good man colonel hardy
Even this scene give me the feels. There he is, emerging from the smoke and rubble, exhausted from the battle just trying to stay alive and prevent more people from getting slaughtered by Faora and her henchman. And he still has to face a dozen soldiers first, with their rifles pointed right at him, before he can go check up on his mother.
His face is just so pleading here, as he slowly approaches and looks at them one by one. You can feel the breath he’s holding easing off when they eventually lower their weapons, and his sheer gratitude when Colonel Hardy declares his change of heart.
"You asked for the alien, you didn’t say anything about one of our own".
He’s not “the alien” anymore, but a man like them. He’s not the enemy, and he’s one of them now.