Format: avi Video size: Xvid 704x416 25.00fps Audio: MPEG Audio Layer 3 44100Hz stereo 163kbps Time: 00:04:09 Size: 46,1 Mb The video shows the band in Apollo-era space suits on the moon, and playing a pinball machine with shots of other cultures acting like stereotypical Americans and some using American-owned products, such as cigarettes, with the implication that American culture is negative. The high tech Apollo scenes are intercut with African tribal clips as a stark cultural contrast. The end of the video shows that the band have actually been in a fake Moon set in a studio, complete with film crew, an allusion to Apollo moon landing hoax accusations. Till Lindemann, Rammstein's lead singer, wears a space suit with the name "Armstrong" on it - referring to Neil Armstrong. On yet another level it could be seen as a criticism of West Germany and the United States in regard to Operation Paperclip and Mittelwerk recruitment.