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|Music video by Rammstein|
|Director:||Philipp Stötzl, Sven Budelmann|
|Shoot:||August 1 - 16, 1936|
- The film used for this video is Olympia - Fest der Völker by German director Leni Riefenstahl from 1936 (released 1938).
- The montage for the music video was made by Philipp Stölzl and Sven Budelmann.
- Rammstein were often accused of being far-right because of this video. Till's daughter even asked him if he played in a Nazi band.
- Originally, the band had a different idea for the video, which involved a Russian corn binder, a plow and a lot of "Sergej Eisenstein-romantic".