Milea: Suara Dari Dilan is an epic from a Serbian writer, Fiodor Knezevic. He is also a living legend of world film and his name is well known across the world. Milea: Suara Dari Dilan follows the story of a young boy as he approaches adulthood with visions of a strange yet beautiful woman in the sky.
This movie's success lies on the powerful theme of love, but there are so many shades of this movie's theme, like the inner conflicts of its two leads. Miloš, the main protagonist, is constantly trying to comprehend his motives and circumstances of being picked up by Zlatko (Ivo Saznov), an eccentric man who shares similar interests with Miloš. However, Zlatko is also plagued by different problems, most notably the need to somehow maintain a normal relationship with his beloved Belisa (Ana Beluca).
In comparison to most other movies in this category, the movie's visuals are better executed and is more detailed than some other movie's visuals. The special effects are extremely nice and the scenes are presented well and adequately. For instance, there is an actual church in the movie, which gives it a very religious touch, not to mention that the dialogue in the movie is some of the best dialogue ever delivered in a Serbian movie.
The movie's pace is on the slow side and not the fast-paced, I've read a lot of reviews regarding. The reason for this is that the movie is mostly a slow-paced romantic drama which is why the special effects and other elements are not as exaggerated as in other movies that has a fast-paced pace. There is also a very little plot development in the movie which does not detract from the whole concept of the movie, but in my view, the slow pace adds to the movie's realism.
Another good feature about the movie's cinematography is the minimal use of CGI, which helps to maintain a realistic look and feel of the movie. It also helps to evoke a sense of intimacy that is sometimes missing in other movies that have fast-paced pace and sometimes over-the-top look. The cinematography is also highly effective during moments when Miloš and Zlatko are on the drive.
A major flaw in the movie is the lack of any major conflict or unanswered questions that Miloš and Zlatko have regarded each other. There is also little or no real tension in the movie and there is not much exploration on the characters' relationship. The climax of the movie is mediocre and lacks any tension and just feels a bit rushed.
As I have said earlier, the movie is slow-paced and lacks any kind of real tension. When it comes to drama, I believe that every scene should be carefully considered and crafted properly in order to develop characters. These scenes should be well-constructed, thoughtful and portray emotions realistically.
When it comes to quality, I would say that the movie is worth watching if you are a fan of the film genre. There are too many great movies in this genre and I can't really recommend one movie above the other. However, if you're looking for a quality movie with a slow pace and a real underlying theme, Milea: Suara Dari Dilan is an awesome movie to watch.