Trent Reznor presents his dark vision of the EP 'Broken' by telling the story of a man kidnapped and forced to watch Nine Inch Nails videos, disturbing in their own right, while being tortured.
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Did You Know?
Apart from the music videos for "Wish" and "Happiness In Slavery" that can be found on Nine Inch Nails' video compilation/documentary Closure
(1997), the movie has never seen an official release, mainly due to the fear of the public mistaking the realistic violence for an actual snuff film. The videos for "Help Me I Am In Hell" and "Gave Up" on Closure
(1997) were actually not included in the movie, but are alternate versions. It is a common misconception that the entire movie can be found on Closure
(1997). Trent Reznor has hinted heavily that the movie will make it's way onto the DVD release of Closure, and clips from it were shown on the official promotional 'Collected' DVD released in May, 2005. See more
Most bootleg versions (the only way to get the video) leave out "Help Me I Am In Hell", as this was only a black screen with the track as background music in the original. A recent fan-made remaster corrects this and includes the sequence like the filmmakers intended it. An alternate video for the track is included on the Closure-videotape (see trivia). See more
Edited into Closure
Happiness in Slavery
Written and Produced by Trent Reznor
Performed by Nine Inch Nails See more