He had dreams about being a great warrior in the life. It's a lost ambition here.that took place in nearly 1000 years, where there is a boy decided to go away to another land to achieve his dream with his beloved sister. They grow up in a remote area of a strange and injustice world but he found courage in a place where didn't know the rights or traditions but the violence and extremism is the way to live.
We don't get many animated adventures with Islamic heroes and historical Arabian settings, and while it may be too intense for younger kids, the film merits note for bringing these elements to Western family audiences.
For all of the impressive animation renderings of environmental backgrounds, structures, clothing and such, the characters don't appear real. (Full Content Review for Parents - Violence, etc. - also Available)
Where Bilal exceeds in animation and direction, it lacks in entertaining, cohesive story, possibly owing to either the directors' desire to remain accurate to Muslim texts or the huge span of time they are trying to cover in a single movie.