Jojo Rabbit 2019
Original title: Jojo Rabbit
Tagline: An anti-hate satire.
Duration: 1h 48min
Vote average: 8
Vote count: 5889
Production: Fox Searchlight Pictures
Original language: en
Release date: 2019-10-18
Budget: $ 14000000
Revenue: $ 82468705
Director: Taika Waititi
Actors: Roman Griffin Davis, Scarlett Johansson, Thomasin McKenzie
DVD Covers, 2021, Comedy, Custom Covers, Drama, War
Jojo Rabbit 2019 DVD Cover Synopsis
Jojo Rabbit 2019 DVD Cover. 1944 Germany Johannes Betzler, also known as Jojo, is ten years old and the son of good Germans.
His father is fighting in Italy, and he is cared for by his mother Rosie, with his older sister Inge recently passing away from illness.
With only one true friend in the form of the same aged, bespectacled Yorki, Jojo is arguably entering what he would consider the most critical period of his young life in attending a Nazi youth camp presided over by Captain Klenzendorf, Captain K’s almost too faithful assistant Freddy Finkel, and Fräulein Rahm, who brings Nazi policies in a slightly off-kilter direction.
Despite being considered an outsider by the majority of the other youth in town, Jojo believes he has an advantage over everyone else at camp because he is continually motivated by the spirit of Der Führer himself, Adolf Hitler, whose personal bodyguard Jojo aspires to be when he grows up.
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Jojo Rabbit 2019 has a general hate for Jewish people, which is fueled by his time at camp, despite the fact that he knows little about them and has never met anyone of the Jewish faith, with the end intention of killing them. So, when Jojo meets someone Jewish for the first time, particularly in the most unlikely of circumstances, he has to find out what to do.
Although genuinely believing he is a Nazi despite not fully understanding what that entails, he must choose whether to obey what he has been taught in hating and attempting to kill any Jewish individual while recognizing that killing is not in his true nature, or not, which could have greater implications in terms of family. While he decides, he really gets to know the individual outside the label of “Jewish,” which can play a role in what happens.