The concept behind this one is so simple that it almost sounds boring. The entire video is a shoulders-up view of a woman, subtly expressing some emotions and doing a little bit of swaying back and forth. Thankfully, it's not boring, because the woman is Kirsten Dunst, and she's not too bad to look at.
Check out the visuals for "We All Go Back To Where We Belong" above. It is the final single from the recently retired R.E.M. They also shot one with John Giorno, if that's more your style. That one is below.