My wife just bought the DVD of this, thinking it was a TV series about something entirely different
I just happened to be walking past when she was running it and generally muttering in disgust, but I thought it looked interesting so I watched it.
It's actually based on a 1958 Science Fiction short story by Robert Heinlein called: "All You Zombies" and it is extremely well done.
What surprised when I saw the credits was that it was made in Australia, with financing from Australian Film financing bodies, which in the past has nearly always meant "unwatchable and/or commercially worthless crap".
It does show that a convincing Science Fiction movies can be made with virtually no use of CGI or expensive special effects, and without it being painfully obvious that they didn't have the money for it.
I appreciate they way they made the film look as if it had been made in the time it was written, rather than trying to adapt a 1950s story to the 21st century, which rarely works. Disney did much the same thing with John Carter (of Mars); the Martian aircraft looked very much like our Aircraft technologies from a century ago did, and which is pretty much how the movie would have looked if it had been made then.
So they preserved Heinlein's 1950s notions of "Spacecorp", a commercial spacefaring organizations in the 1960s and 70s with "2001" style uniforms and so on.
Another interesting thing is that was shot on an Alexa, but from Panavision....
Deutchland uber Alles (Springs)