|Album||...And Justice For All|
|Director of Photography||Bill Pope|
|Musician||James Hetfield (Vocals)|
|Spoof of||Features footage from the 1971 film Johnny's Got His Gun|
|Talent||Donald Sutherland (Christ)|
|Talent||Ed Gilbert (Priest)|
|Talent||Jason Robards (Father)|
|Talent||Timothy Bottoms (Crippled Man)|
|Talent||Kendell Clarke (Hospital Offical)|
|Talent||Kerry MacLain (10 year old boy)|
|Technical Specifications||colour - 35mm (all types)|
A young American soldier, hit by a shell on the last day of the First World War, lies in a hospital bed, a quadruple amputee who has lost his eyes, ears, mouth and nose. He remains conscious, and able to reason, and tries to communicate to his doctors his wish that he be put on show in a carnival as a demonstration of the horrors of war, as the band Metallica play their song One, in a dirty abandoned warehouse
An edited version of this video was created when the first was voted too depressing. All footage from the 1971 anti-war movie, Johnny’s got his Gun was removed and replaced by more footage of Metallica playing in the warehouse.
Features footage from a film called Johnny's got a Gun, a 1971 war film about a crippled soldier going mad. The film stared Donald Sutherland (M*A*S*H) and Jason Robards (Magnolia), although it is removed in some versions.