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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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Fragility See more »

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Nothing Records 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 »

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

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Starfuckers, Inc.
Written by Trent Reznor and Charlie Clouser
Performed by Nine Inch Nails
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Great DVD, now where is the DVD for Closure?
3 April 2003 | by newyorkreloadSee all my reviews

Well, this DVD has elevated NIN in my book to the vaulted position of banana split drizzled with caramel and truffle flakes and real whipped cream ... eaten, of course, while I receive a eucalyptus shampoo from a gorgeous model... maybe someone like Cheyenne Silver. Or Sherilyn Fenn from her Twin Peaks days. This DVD has turned me onto NIN all over again. In fact, I even dug Broken out from the bottom of my CD pile. my second copy of The Downward Spiral was some where in the middle.

Instead of hiring a fancy ass expensive video production and editing crew, Reznor decided to produce and edit this DVD on his own. "Could someone else have put this together in less time? Absolutely. But there's something homemade about it that gives it more soul and character. It's cool that you can do all of this stuff on your own now ... computers have become so powerful now that you don't need all that extra hardware," says Reznor.

"I wasn't concerned with it being this professional looking video -- I wanted it to look like you were there."

review of The Movie

If there's one thing to say about this collection, it is to note that you ARE there. Sometimes even the best concert DVDs lack the depth and range you would hope for. But Reznor with his Director Rob Sheridan have edited together such an amazing collction of shots, you actually do feel like you're in the audience. Instead of a fairly static camera placement or standard series of crane shots, Reznor had 5 DV cameras cover each of his stops on the Fragility 2.0 tour (which, by the way, Rolling Stone has noted as the best tour of 2000). The effect is a boggling amount of footage to be able to splice together. I loved the feeling the disc left me with. Certain songs are edited so well, it mimics the concert-going experience of darting your eyes around, looking up, looking down, buggin' out on the lights, etc. When I think back to most of the concerts I've been to, I am left with just flashes of images and iconic moments. This DVD captured a million of those.

All in all, a totally immersive concert experience. A must for any NIN fan.

9 out of 10

review of The Video

Much of the footage is shot on DV and looks fantastic. There are several moments that you would swear are shot on film. Other bits are somewhat problematic, especially trying to make out some of the images on the massive video screens behind the performers. Some of the editing choices appear to be stylistic but still leave a feeling of light grain or poor handling of brightness and color levels.

I'm scoring this a tad bit lower though because a small percentage of shots look downright BAD. Now, it could be that the other shots look so amazing that even the slightest glitch catches the eye. There is a small amount of artifacting but, again, this works in a purely stylistic sense.

7 out of 10

review of The Audio

Nine Inch Nails Live -- And All That Could Have Been comes out in two versions: a DTS one and a Dolby Digital one. I own the DTS copy and the sound is as rich and wide as you could ever hope for. I knew I was in for a treat as soon as my sub thumped out solid bass for Nothing records opening to the DVD. Seriously, this DVD filled my living room so much so that I kept turning around, looking for the sweaty people hollering out for more. Crowd cheers are lovely and rich and leave you wanting nothing more.

I got some nice whoomps from my sub as well, something I wasn't quite expecting. All levels are appropriate and even throughout. Yummy sound.

10 out of 10

easter eggs!!!

If you are too lazy (like me) to actually go lurking around in the disc for easter eggs. It's easy to get to ... during "Head Like A Hole" at around the 11:20 mark, hit 7 on your remote. You will then be dropped into the secret menu called "Beneath The Surface"

"Reptile" live performance

Video for "The Day The World Went Away"

ninetynine commercial

"The Fragile" commercial

"Things Falling Apart" commercial

NIN and Marilyn Manson doing part of "Star***kers" and "Beautiful People".

over all this bay boy of a dvd gets a 10/10... then again i gave it points for style too.

now when will Closure come to DVD?


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