Jojo Rabbit
Director Taika Waititi is best known for his dramedy 'Hunt for the Wilderpeople' and for 'Thor: Ragnarok'. His irresistible but somewhat peculiar humour flowed freely in these movies, but now he tackles the sensitive subject of Nazism.
Is it right to make a joke about the second World War and the holocaust? Probably not. But Taika Waititi does it with so much heart that it is impossible to hold a grudge against him. Apart from mocking the Nazi ideology he also accentuates the drama of the war and the humanity of people who understood the value of life. Our protagonist is a little boy Jojo, who wants to be the perfect German soldier, and he has an imaginary friend: Adolf Hitler. When he is not sure about something, Adolf helps him out. They both find themselves in trouble when they discover that Rosie, the mother of Jojo hides a Jewish girl in their attic.
22 January 2020
Hungarian title: Jojo Nyuszi
American-Czech-New Zealander comedy, 108 min, 2019
A young boy in Hitler's army finds out his mother is hiding a Jewish girl in their home.
Directed by:

Taika Waititi

Distributor: Fórum Hungary
Premiere: 23 January 2020


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