Another Excellent Roman Shabanov Cartoon
I first saw this producer's work in "Terminator: Madness" and today I decided to go through every work he's produced at NG. Anyways, "Wild Cat" is a great script, very typical unlikely victor story, but it's special. The symbolism is very rich. *SPOILERS* For instance, the old man proves exceedingly virile and his cane obviously derails the van. And then at the outset of the final battle, the leaf falling in the water is symbolic that the cat will absolutely win. The cat's head bashed against the wall and the trash bin symbolise the cat's punishment for being against its own nature when it used the manmade wooden box for a weapon. Many layers of story are well told in the rich symbolism. Beside the symbolism, the dialogue is immensely entertaining. The broken English serves as what might be unwitting or purposeful humor, who knows which is what makes it funny. Not that poor English skills are humorous intentionally, but unfortunate turns of phrase that result are often unintentionally humorous, such as: "he does not shit on everything / anywhere ! (?)"; "Noooooooooooo!" There is more than toilet humor at play. Anyways, I recommend viewing everything made by the producer.