The movie was released on DVD region free (no region coding) and in 2 separate versions with the NTSC and PAL standards. This was done to make sure that every copy would be playable worldwide as many DVD players don't have multi-standard capabilities. Therefore, customers have to choose a specific version for their respective country when they buy the movie online.
In a weird coincidence, the first and last numbers from the bar code on the back cover of the DVD are 6 and 9. Those numbers are significant for the production. There was a gap of 6 years between the initial idea of conception and the release of the completed movie (2003 to 2009).
The reason why the movie took so long to be completed is because it was produced, directed and edited by Breck Stewart himself so he could only work on the project sporadically for the first few years until he got enough money and a producing partner (Gabe Wellington) to start the actual production process.
The director/star is such a huge fan of the Matrix trilogy by the Wachowski Brothers that he decided to release the movie on November 5 2009 in the USA, exactly 6 years to the day after the original theatrical release of The Matrix Revolutions (2003), another important connection with the 6 and 9 numbers for this production.
All the actors and many of the crew members were not paid for their work in the production and did it as a favor to the star/director. Most of the budget went to the acquisition of the necessary equipment to produce both the movie and album and to the salaries of certain crew members with specific professional abilities and credentials.
The movie doesn't contain any spoken dialogue between the characters and the story is told through the lyrics of the songs all performed and written by Breck Stewart who also released the resulting soundtrack as a standalone album.