In 2009, it appeared as though Nine Inch Nails' days as a touring band were coming to an end as Trent Reznor had revealed plans to retire from the road. The band played their epic "final show" on Sept. 10, 2009 and said their farewells, but luckily there were some fans around to capture the event for posterity and now a fan-made documentary has surfaced.

A group of fans known as "a tiny little dot" spent over 5,000 hours working on the footage and they're proud to announce the arrival of 'Nine Inch Nails: [after all is said and done].' The complete documentary is currently available as a free Internet download and stream (watch below) in a number of formats.

Fans will get to take in the full three-and-a-half hour performance that included 37 songs. The documentary utilized 27 unique fan-shot HD sources and over five sources were used to compile the audio for the show.

Click here for more info on the 'Nine Inch Nails: [after all is said and done]' documentary. It's available in streaming video and as a torrent download and in audio file form. It will also come out on Blu-ray and DVD in the very near future.

Though Nine Inch Nails supposedly hung it up in 2009, Trent Reznor reactivated the group earlier this year. The reconfigured lineup plans to tour later this year and there's talk of new music coming at some point.

Check out the full documentary (each scene automatically plays after the previous one) in the YouTube player below.

Watch Nine Inch Nails' '[after all is said and done]' Documentary