This scene of Tzagoi looking after Mitke was staged side-by-side with a scene showing Hogea and Nula's relationship going through similar adversity, but with a more positive result. I think the visuals worked better than the dialogue:
Mitke mumbles something unintelligible.
Tzagoi: Oh good, what is it this time?
Mitke mumbles some more.
Tzagoi: Yeah, couldn't agree more. Are you cold?
Mitke mumbles something negative and shakes his head.
Tzagoi: I think you're cold.
Tzagoi adjusts Mitke's coat. Mitke mumbles again and realisation dawns on Tzagoi. Reluctantly he lifts Mitke from his seat and helps him to a bucket. He steadies his father as he pisses into the bucket, for an interminable length of time. Tzagoi helps him back down.
Tzagoi: Do you want anything? No, don't answer that, neither of us has enough time.
Tzagoi: I'd love to stay and…actually no I wouldn't.
Mitke tries to say something.
Tzagoi: I'm going. I'll see you tomorrow.