"This is cute. This is nice. WHAT THE HELL IS IT?"
This 1963 Academy Award-winning short, directed by Ernest Pintoff, looks like a pleasant arthouse piece: abstract shapes dance along with a harpsichord music by Johann Sebastian Bach. But that's not the only thing on the soundtrack: we also hear running commentary by a yammering 70 year old man in the audience (played by Mel) who's struggling to understand what's happening onscreen. His meandering interpretations of the film's symbolism are hilarious, especially when he finds the geometric animation to be pornographic. (Watch a clip from American Masters: Mel Brooks: Make a Noise
where Mel explains how the film came about.)