Ralph Bakshi, in many ways, upended the tradition of animated films being purely kid-centric, crafting tough, independent and street-wise portraits of marginalized characters (Fritz the Cat (1972) Heavy Traffic (1973)). He also worked on several films meant for children, as he discusses in this half-hour documentary on his divisive Wizards, a movie that seems to be caught between the two worlds of his work. Bakshi dives heavily into the craft and alteration of styles that went into his forgotten (or, as many would probably say, misbegotten) film, while also commenting on how this markedly strange work made it through various stages of production.