If I had to guess I would say that the producers of this film used it as a test-bed or learning platform for developing their knowledge of acting, directing, screenplay, script writing and just film production in general. If not that, it may just be a vanity project. I can't really see any other way to view it because as an independent piece for the purpose of enjoyment it has very little value.
This film is to movie entertainment as elevator music is to a live concert. That said for what it is, it isn't half bad, and there isn't much to criticise for what I think it's trying to achieve. The music is probably the outstanding component in this film. There's some cool stuff which works very well here and I liked it.
Its not a bad movie by any measure, and I know my previous comments may sound contrary to this statement but I'm trying to be honest and objective within the framework of this piece as I understand it. OK the Sci-fi aspects are fairly superficial and no detail or depth has been undertaken to impart any realism or validity, but that's about it. The acting pretty good, directing is solid, screenplay is a little bland, script could do with another pass but it's a good effort. I managed to sit through it easily enough despite it being obvious early on that very little was ever going happen, or that it was going to follow any logical format.
I wouldn't recommend it unless your a film student, have it on in the background whilst your multitasking, or just spaced out on something, but I still think it's and OK piece.
Review by screechy_jim from the Internet Movie Database.