Benedek Fliegauf's goal was to make a psychedelic film that, similarly to the ambient musical style, allows the viewer to receive the film on various levels of attention and does not force any concrete interpretation. Reception of a film in this manner leads to a kind of metaphysical experience, which fits directly into Fliegauf's hypnotic-transcendent world, familiar from his earlier films Forest and Dealer. In addition to being the first specimen of an ambient film genre, it may also be considered a work of fine art which can be presented independently in the exhibition halls of the world. 'I think this film quiets the mind.' 'Milky Way is a peculiar nature film, where instead of giraffes and penguins, we see humans.'