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When I had my own company on Heavy Traffic
(1973) and Coonskin
(1975), all metaphors were able to get to the screen clearly. In Cool World
(1992), with the producer and Paramount watching me carefully to make sure I was in good taste, I instinctively poured stuff into the picture that I wanted to talk about. But when you force stuff, it's not really very clear. But, I have a great love for Max
In the mid 1980's when Bakshi was depressed following the lack of support for his personal projects (i.e. Hey Good Lookin'
(1982)) he read 'Cather in the Rye' and connected intensely with Holden Caulfield, and even figured out a way to make the narrative work cinematically by keeping the mental hospital scenes in live-action and the flashbacks animated. Bakshi wrote a letter to Salinger, a famous...
Animated features specifically made for adults, often with a heavy use of rotoscoping