Kirsten Dunst is lending a little thoughtfulness to R.E.M.'s latest (and last) music video, "We All Go Back To Where We Belong."
The "Melancholia" actress showed off her grinning, giggling and swaying chops in the black and white clip. Despite the lack of, well, anything else, the video's proverbial white space is almost kind of charming. Right? (Plus, that face!)
There is also a second version of the video featuring poet-activist John Giorno doing a similar amount of nothingness.
Band leader Michael Stipe said the video's sparseness was intention, describing them as having "gravity and beauty."
The track will appear on the band's greatest hits collection, "Part Lies, Part Heart, Part Truth, Part Garbage: 1982-2011," which will hit stores November 15.