The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness is an absolute must watch for fans of animation, anime, Studio Ghibli, or people who just want to watch a genius at work and at play.
He has a grim outlook on life and the future, and especially about the future of art, but he’s almost always laughing in this documentary. His interactions with other geniuses like Isao Takahata and Hideaki Anno are well worth the time here. Especially everything with Anno, who reminds me way too much of Kyle Muntz.
But, yes, check this out.