|Music video by Rammstein|
|Shoot:||13 - 15 January 2001|
|Premiere:||29 January 2001|
04:12 (US version)
- "We wanted to do something less combative, because there are already too many videos in which the theme of boxing is present. We liked Snow White's idea right away." said Till about the video's theme.
- The US version of the video showed scenes for the counting 1 to 10. The international version started directly with the main riff.
- The song omits the third verse in the video. This would be the same case for the Made in Germany version of the song as well, which also contains the jackhammer sound from the music video at the very end. Further, the band omits said verse live ever since the start of the Mutter Tour.
- On his website, director Joern Heitmann writes the following about the video:
It was my first meeting with Rammstein when Olli Riedel handed me an ancient Babelsberg version of Snowwhite asking me if I could make them dwarfs. I promised I could. Raised in the western part of Germany myself I grew up with the Disney version of that fairytale. It came out a mix of both worlds. Rammstein Gitarist Paul Landers told me later though that I made Snow White big instead of making them dwarfs. Interesting point.
- Another idea for the video was the band playing in a rehearsal room and starting to fight with each other. After a while the walls get blown away and Mongolians on horses drag the band members away. This story was later used for Steh auf.
- Joulia Stepanova
- Robert (last name unknown)