A rider in a gas mask on an armored horse charges, wielding a. When he gives a brown paper bag to his supervisor, Trip is told to stick around. With a backup generator, the band continues the concert without pyrotechnics and a light show, playing. Hetfield attended the San Francisco premiere at. The driver glances at Trip, and runs past him down the street, beginning to be played. He grabs the rider's hammer to free himself and slams the roof with it. Trip crawls out of the van, peers into the other car and calls to the driver who is standing with his back to him.
People run past him, ignoring him, followed by police cruisers one of which is ablaze. However praised the individual qualities of both. As Trip gets up, he is lassoed and pulled onto the rider's horse. Stunned by the violence, Trip stands in front of a window which then shatters. He is cornered at the end of an alley by the rioters.
Trip , a for Metallica, past the fan and. He douses himself with the gas, sets himself ablaze and charges the rioters, who eventually overwhelm him, beginning. Retrieved on September 27, 2013. He lassos a rioter, hanging him from a streetlamp. Trip finds the truck he is looking for in a deserted parking-garage corridor, but the driver a middle-aged man is traumatized and does not notice him. Trip throws a brick at the rider, who gives chase. Through the Never made its at the.
Trip grabs the bag and the can of gas, jumps out of the truck and flees. Trip returns to the deserted stadium with the doll and the bag under his arm. Trip takes a seat; the final shot is of the still-closed leather bag which belonged to on the Master of Puppets tour. The movie features no dialogue, bar that of Trip's supervisor and the band — a concept similar to 's. Trip retrieves the gas tank, the map and a doll with a around its neck from the van, which is played to. An overweight heavy-metal fan drives into the empty parking lot, and climbs on the car's hood, whooping and laughing.
. He walks down a deserted, littered street, under a dozen bodies hanging from a pedestrian bridge, leading into. He skates into the underground parking lot and down the dressing-room halls, encountering each of the band members. It follows young roadie Trip's surreal misadventures, intercut with concert footage shot in and in August 2012. The back of the truck contains a leather bag, which Trip opens; he slumps, speechless, as the band breaks into He sees a figure waving at him from a distance. The rider approaches the figure, and a group of rioters surge past them.
Distracted by his map, he runs a red light and sees a bloody hand print on an illuminated sign. The reverberation affects Metallica's concert, cutting the power and knocking down lighting trusses. Shock waves rumble across the city, shattering glass and the exteriors of surrounding buildings and disintegrating the rider and his horse. It's like a cross between and. He wanders down a street, and a drags a dead officer across his path. Emerging in the middle of a street, Trip realizes he is between a motionless group of rioters and riot police. Trip ties a black bandanna around his mouth, puts up his hood and drops the bag.
Archived from on August 30, 2013. He is , and his van flips, lightning flashing as he leaves, which leads into alongside a surrounded by two reminiscent of the album's artwork. The rioters then become rowdy, and when the police throw tear gas they swarm over them. Trip loses the doll, but escapes through a wall of rioters, surging into. Metallica fans will love the music, while everyone else can enjoy the amazing visuals in this unique concert movie. .
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