Admittedly, I did not know this film was an Indian film, and only after watching it did I realize that it was an Indian film. After watching it, I was completely stuck in my heart. The storytelling is unique. At first, the girl, who was about to get married, was abruptly shot at a gas station when she was about to get married. The director then slowly opened the door to the girl’s desire to be.
The director doesn’t care if the audience gets bored or not. So we got a chance to get to a real movie. The girl was happy as a child. She did what she wanted to do on the way. The camera focused on what she did not want to do. It shows her and the villains’ lorries passing from city to city. The other thing I like is that he is a bad guy. He wears a big blanket and doesn’t talk much. I really like the way he acts with his lips and eyes. He looks like a normal person.
I don’t care, I don’t look like a bad guy, I don’t look like a bad guy. The film manages to entertain as well as inform, with a natural combination of a lively teenager and a calm man, as if watching a flickering fire. Each character is perfected in the opposite direction. As the film progresses, the character of the villain becomes more respectful, and the character of the teenage girl becomes more and more obscure. I want her to be with the bad captain.
The director gradually came to their senses as they came from the hot, dry landscapes to the cool, green space. It is as if they were watching from the sidelines. Then, in the Himalayas, their history is told in a very casual way, like a flash of lightning.
The director did not like the drama either. It was fate. He broke the drama with the idea that it could happen.
At the end of the episode, we were a little tired, and the director made us want to keep driving on that highway. At the end of the film, I was left with no choice. All kinds of thoughts came up. That’s the taste of watching a movie. It pays to spend time watching the film. It’s worth it. I don’t think a good plot, setting or animation is necessary for a film to be artistic. Most of our films are very afraid of being misunderstood by the audience, so we ask them to explain the story in various ways to make them misunderstand.
And to keep the audience entertained, handsome actors and actresses are forced to act out of the film’s character without thinking that it will match the character of the film. If you act out what you want to be in your own way or in a character assigned to you by the director, it is no longer a movie, it is a stage play from the ground up.
If we continue to shoot like this, if our fans continue to support us, our country’s film will continue to decline. We will continue to support international films even if we miss Mother Kyaw Dwe Taw. As a fan, you would not even look at your father’s car if you did not get the benefit of the doubt. That is my opinion.
If they say that you’re so easy for me to say, ‘Would you please come and shoot?’ I am a sufferer. They are the creators. As a consumer consumer, I would only compare and critique. It is their responsibility to create the best in the midst of the competition. It is clear. Do not do it or do not do it. So do not cheat the audience on the level of failure. Do not deliberately feed the useless. The name will remain as long as it is recorded. He who has studied for a lifetime will only get a lifetime. You get what you pay for (Movie Preview)