The Double Dragon III of 2008.
This film represents the mundanity of the surburban lifestyle. Post-modern, only at the surface, its intrisic nature blossoms firmly on unsustained notions of symbiobiotic relationships (as such of course).
Through the symbiotic father/daughter relationship we see a loving caring father who sacrafices his own arm to remedy his daughter's boredom. Many West Island Tribes, most notably the Claire-de-Pointes peoples, will often sacrafice their own limbs to nourish their young. So noble yet so scarce, The Pointes will go as far as killing themselves to feed their friends on long 211 bus rides to the Lionel-Groulx trading centers of the central mountain region of their small island.
This films animation relies heavily on Ren-and-Stimpy-esque humour, take for example the final gag where Father removes his shoe to expose his smelly feet within. Such was often the case in early 1990's cartoon gag shows, where as characters would remove particles of clothing to expose "sun-don't shine" regions of the person (armpit per se) and would be followed by the signature tug-boat horn sound byte.
A person while watching this is almost lulled into the memories of the 1990's. A 1990's filled with Double Dragons yet only one or two actually GOOD Double Dragons. Double Dragon 1 was cool cause you got to hit people with stuff, and two was good was you got to hit people with different stuff. Can this piece of art truly be the missing link which mends the Double Dragons together? This writer sure thinks so...
In conclusion this post modern symbiotic cartoon is The Double Dragon III of 2008!