Jojo Rabbit

"Taika Waititi knocks it out of der park with the meaningful lunacy of his anti-hate satire, which is equal parts Mel Brooks, Wes Anderson and Waititi’s own whimsical brilliance." - Toronto Star." -

Winner of TIFF 2019 Audience Award. "Taika Waititi’s Jojo Rabbit (★★★★★) defies description. It is the story of a young wannabe Nazi named Jojo (Roman Griffin Davis) who dreams of serving the Führer and daydreams that Adolf Hitler (Waititi) is his best friend. However, when he finds out that his mother (Scarlett Johansson) is sheltering a young Jewish girl (Thomasin McKenzie), Jojo starts to reconsider his values.

"It may sound terrible... comparing the rise of Hitler to Beatlemania in a title sequence scored to the Fab Four’s German version of I Wanna Hold Your Hand. Yet there’s a sweetness that’s quite extraordinary and, despite the presence of Johansson and the Oscar-winner Sam Rockwell, the film is really just the story of two kids bonded by an extreme and upsetting wartime experience. It’s hard to categorise, which is never a good thing for an awards contender, but then so was The Shape of Water (another Audience Award-winner at TIFF) and look what happened there. It takes a special film to rise above the noise at Toronto, but Jojo Rabbit is that film and there’s every reason to believe this extraordinary piece of work will go on to much, much bigger things." - The Times UK

"Jojo Rabbit is a triumph, a film of brave sophistication and brilliant humor. It joins a small list of movies that mange to be both playful and profound." - Jason Gorber, Slashfilm

 

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