The fourth edition of Loose Change was released on September 22nd, 2009.
After tinkering with the previous edition for a while, giving it a new sound mix and score and cutting things out, it soon became clear that the film was never going to be satisfactory as a final say on the matter.
Negotiations with Daniel Sunjata were already underway to re-narrate Final Cut, and so, with the involvement of a distribution company that could get the film onto Netflix, iTunes, etc, a new edition of the film was planned.
After stumbling through a number of production houses, it was clear that only one person should be editing a Loose Change film. The deadline was a month away.
The script was written in a week, the narration done the next, and the film edited in the following two weeks.
It was the first edition to be made available on Netflix and in stores, and it is the final Loose Change documentary.