The scene I chose was when Ishmael went to the Benin Home for Rehab. He fell asleep on the veranda and woke up at the hospital, where he met the nurse. In the second picture he walked out of the hospital. The third picture is when he again woke up in the hospital and the nurse gave him water and he went back to sleep. The last three scenes is when he once again woke up in the hospital and walked out.
The reason I selected these scenes is because this is when Ishmael started to change. It also shows how the war changed him from a healthy person to having withdrawal from addictions and the urge to act in constant violence. The significance of this scene is how the patience of the nurse and the staff had a huge effect on Ishmael and the kids who were at the Rehab. Ishmael at the start was rude and didn't want to talk to any of the staff. Even though the war still had an effect on him, he was able to carry on in life. It impacted on the story because it was the bridge between the war and back to his normal life.
You can go if you want to, but I suggest you stay in bed tonight.
How long have I been here?
Look who's talking, and be careful with your hand.