I’ve got a tingling in my bones today because I just discovered this cool trailer for a new documentary about author J.D. Salinger. His most famous work is, without a doubt, The Catcher in the Rye – a novel so popular that at times it has been considered a cultural phenomenon. What looks interesting about this film is how it seems to be trying to delve more into the extremely recluse and closed off life of one of the most famous authors of our time, as well as the impact his work has had on many of us. Some claim that The Catcher in the Rye helped to define their adolescence, while others have seen it as a sign to act out their darkest desires, but in the end the real question is: what hold does Salinger’s work still have on us years after its first publication? What do you think?