For those unaware of who producer/'star' Darryl Read is, he was a member of almost-successful-enough-to-release-a-single (but not quite) 60's band Crushed Butler, and has been pootling around on the periphery of the music scene ever since. He isn't really an actor, as becomes very clear when watching this film. His performance covers the entire range of emotions from A to B (almost). The film looks like it was made for about £500, most of which was probably spent on Read's Guinness. It claims to be "inspired by the life of Pink Floyd founder Syd Barrett", but there's little here to suggest any sort of inspiration. The script and plot are minimal and the acting is dire. Zoot Money mugs his way through it as though he is in an ITV sitcom, while Read stares blankly into space most of the time. There's also a cameo from Charlie Harper, presumably intended solely to get Harper's name on the credits. The 'psychedelic' imagery described on the DVD cover consists of cuts to very dull sequences of fractals every few minutes, which at least give the viewer a break from Read's moping. There's nothing here to interest Barrett fans, or for that matter anyone with anything better to do for 77 minutes, like watching paint dry, for instance.
Small technical note (as if it really matters): the film is in 16:9 widescreen, and not 4:3 as stated on the DVD cover.