Perhaps the best way to describe this film is as a 'Songs from the Second Floor' in extreme slow-motion. Consisting of ten tableaux vivants, all beautifully composed exteriors, it presents an absurd and comical view of human life, in the slow pace of a wild life documentary. Read my full review: www.brnrd.net/blog/archive/2008/01/26/iffr-milky-way
While it is not something I would consciously consider sitting down and watching in theaters, it is an interesting experiment. Each vignette, while lacking in any overall plot, is like a beautifully shot photograph that you might seen blown up in an art exhibit. Many will argue that each tells its own interesting story, but some of them are unfortunately not as engaging as others. Lovely use of ambient sound though.
There is no dialogue just an ambient sound that i can hear in Milky Way. That's the point , the film want to show us to feel the atmosphere on this film and think about it (What is the meaning of the story?). With an ambient sound that will be make us soo fresh in our mind also fantastic LONG SHOOT CAMERA effect , TEJUT worth in value by giving 5 stars.