Ulan is a sensory experience.
Ulan is a movie for the thinking audience. If you end up getting confused in the end, you don't deserve this movie. I've read somewhere about an artist saying "I hate explaining art".
ULAN is AN EXPERIENCE. Strangely beautiful. This is such a mind-boggling. thought-provoking film. It's very progressive, very daring and unconventional. Ang fresh ng idea at malalim. Definitely not for the BOBO at di nakakaintindi ng symbolisms at mababaw lang ang hanap sa sine. This film is best appreciated by those who are open to fresh and bold ideas. My best part of the movie is the ending...so heartwarming. It made me cry-- both sad and happy tears. You'll feel both pain and joy. It's devastating and uplifting at the same time. And the music...just perfect for that final scene. I couldn't stop raving about this film because I've never seen anything like this. I'm just so proud to have experienced such one-of-a-kind local film.
The film could've been better. There were so many gray areas and the plot was confusing since they focused on so many angles then just ended, leaving the audience wondering what they were about.
What the f is this ? The movie takes its sweet time establishing that the main character is so unlucky in love. Wow ain’t that original. And she’s unlucky till the end. Those flashbacks to her childhood don’t help make the movie profound. They make it look pretentious.
Ulan is a film everybody should watch, but not everyone deserves this masterpiece. If you don't dig deep, all you'll get is what the movie is already presenting. You won't see its real beauty; the depth of this film will be beyond you.
Everything in this film was well-thought-out. Everything was in their right place - from beginning till the end! Every scene was made to tell you something. Even the "adobo" has its own meaning. This film is art.