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Nine Inch Nails Live: And All That Could Have Been (2002)

A film following Nine Inch Nails' 2000 Fragility Tour, with 18 songs, background commentary and multiple camera angles. Nine Inch Nails Live are: Trent Reznor, Charlie Clouser, Robin Finck,... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Trent Reznor ... Himself
Charlie Clouser ... Himself
Robin Finck Robin Finck ... Himself
Danny Lohner ... Himself
Jerome Dillon ... Himself
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A film following Nine Inch Nails' 2000 Fragility Tour, with 18 songs, background commentary and multiple camera angles. Nine Inch Nails Live are: Trent Reznor, Charlie Clouser, Robin Finck, Jerome Dillon and Danny Lohner. Written by John Doe

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22 January 2002 (USA) See more »

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Available in several formats: VHS, dolby surround DVD, 5.1 surround DVD, standard CD, and Deluxe Edition CD. Also has an accompanying CD of acoustic tracks and various outtakes from The Fragile era called "Still." See more »

Crazy Credits

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Referenced in The House on Cuckoo Lane (2014) See more »

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Reptile
Written by Trent Reznor
Performed by Nine Inch Nails
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Impressive
22 February 2002 | by TL2000See all my reviews

I am not a cynic, but truth be told, I tend to stay in my well-designed nitch of musical tastes. I love live events, but don't find live VIDEO very interesting. (It always seemed to me a paradox to invest your money in something that was ONCE live, no more. Besides, the music supercedes the visual anyday for me.)I was also not a tremendous NIN fan; I appreciated their music, this is true, but was never truely impressed with anything they had released. With all this taken into consideration, to see "And All That Could Have Been" was amazing. The direction of the photography of the live events was chaotic and yet well-spliced. (Kudos to the editor.) The unique blend of footage from amazing live shows and snipits of interviews by Trent Reznor, producers, managers and other band members among strange landscapes, (a basement, a bayou, etc.) makes for the best band video I've ever seen. Again, I was thoroughly impressed, and anticipate NIN's next arrival in Boston.


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