I would actually agree that this doesn't really fit in the "Fan Video" category but my saying that isn't going to change anything so...
As for the film itself? Well, it's awful. Really awful. But that's okay, because if we're going to make films in the Terry Gilliam School of Filmmaking, we're usually going to start out making awful films and eventually we will make less awful films and then they'll start resembling good films. Alternatively, if we start out making halfway decent films, we're bound to stumble at some point along the way. It's just how art works.
Here, just to prove it, here's a really awful film I made: https://vimeo.com/7427294
Watch that if you don't believe me. Actually, don't. It's just that awful.
Anyway, your biggest problem here (there are several but this is your biggest) is that your film is at least twice as long as it really should be, if not more. It's filled with irrelevant information, like the extended shot of the television that we open on. If I weren't actively watching this to give you a fair shake, I would have turned it off a third of the way into that single shot, to say nothing of the two-thirds that followed. I'd rather go watch Maru play with a box. I can't help it, he's just that adorable. Then the shot of you sitting on the bed, sighing - too long again. Long takes need a point and since it's harder to justify a long take over a shorter one, in addition for your audience having the attention span of a school of goldfish, it's best to aim for brevity. Your credits I'll forgive, though they could also move a bit faster. Less forgivable is your lingering on a black screen so the song can play a little longer. Stop that, son, and move the hell on. There are plenty of other examples of this unnecessary lingering, though the absolute most offensive is the final "finale" title card. Firstly, that's not even the correct word to be using, as "finale" denotes "the last part of a piece of music, a performance, or a public event, esp. when particularly dramatic or exciting." (Oxford) "Fin," would be more appropriate, as it actually IS a fancy way of saying "the end," while "finale" is not. That's still relatively minor when compared to the fact that you left the title on the screen for over two minutes while you let the music play out. Damn it, son, no. You fade the music out! FADE. D8
There are plenty of other issues. For example, while the message you're trying to convey is completely valid, your attempts to convey it come off as comedically pretentious. Plus the general light/sound issues that plague almost EVERY AMATEUR PRODUCTION IN THE HISTORY OF EVER, so I'm ignoring those. Fix them anyway if you're going to keep this up, though. The sudden switch from documentary-style filmmaking to... dystopian alternate future fiction? That's not necessarily a bad thing, I guess, but it felt straight out of left field here and its tone added to the air of self-importance about the film.
I dunno, your biggest problem right now is you need to learn brevity. This film should be four or five minutes long, not twelve. Anyway, it's 4am and I think I've savaged your film enough for tonight. Keep making stuff and you'll get better eventually. Hopefully. Unless you don't but let's try and be positive here.