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Jojo Rabbit is a 2019 American comedy-drama film written and directed by Taika Waititi, based on Christine Leunens’s book Caging Skies.[9][10][11] Roman Griffin Davis portrays the title character, Johannes “Jojo” Betzler, a Hitler Youth member who finds out his mother (Scarlett Johansson) is hiding a Jewish girl (Thomasin McKenzie) in their attic. He must then question his beliefs, while dealing with the intervention of his imaginary friend, a fanciful version of Adolf Hitler (Waititi) with a comedic stand on politics of the war. The film also stars Rebel Wilson, Stephen Merchant, Alfie Allen, and Sam Rockwell.

The film had its world premiere at the 44th Toronto International Film Festival on September 8, 2019, where it won the top prize, the Grolsch People’s Choice Award. Jojo Rabbit was released theatrically in the United States on October 18, 2019, and in New Zealand on October 24, 2019. It drew mostly praise – especially for the performances, direction, heart, visual style, musical score, and production values – but also some criticism for its comedic portrayal of Nazis.

Jojo Rabbit was chosen by the National Board of Review and the American Film Institute as one of the ten best films of the year. At the 92nd Academy Awards, the film received six nominations, including Best Picture and Best Supporting Actress for Johansson, winning Best Adapted Screenplay. At the 77th Golden Globe Awards the film was nominated for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy and Best Actor – Musical or Comedy for Davis.

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Johannes “Jojo” Betzler is a young boy living in Nazi Germany during the later stages of World War II with his mother, Rosie. His absent father is supposedly serving on the Italian Front but has lost all contact, and his older sister Inge has recently died of influenza. The jingoistic Jojo often talks with his imaginary friend, Adolf, a supportive and buffoonish version of Adolf Hitler.

Now aged ten, it is time for Jojo to join the Deutsches Jungvolk. He attends his first Hitler Youth training camp with his best friend, Yorki, run by the one-eyed Wehrmacht Captain Klenzendorf and assisted by Fräulein Rahm, where Jojo receives a knife. When Jojo is ordered to kill a rabbit by older Hitler Youth members, he tries to release it. The older boys snap its neck, and Jojo runs off crying after the other boys taunt him with the name “Jojo Rabbit”. After a pep talk from Adolf, Jojo returns, stealing a Stielhandgranate and throwing it without permission in an effort to prove his bravery. It bounces off a tree and explodes at his feet, leaving him with facial and body scars and a slight limp. After Jojo recovers, Rosie, his mother, coerces Klenzendorf, demoted after the incident, to make her son feel included, despite his injuries. Jojo is given small tasks such as spreading propaganda leaflets throughout the town, and collecting scrap for the war effort.

Alone at home one day, Jojo discovers Elsa Korr, a teenage Jewish girl and his late sister’s former classmate, hiding upstairs. Elsa reacts aggressively on their first encounter, pinning him against a wall and taking the knife issued to him as a member of Hitler Youth. Jojo threatens to turn her over to the Gestapo, but Elsa warns that his mother would be killed for hiding her, and threatens to kill him if he tells his mother. Intimidated, Jojo agrees to keep her safe, but soon afterwards returns and asks her that she reveal her “Jew secrets” so he can write a book about Jews for Klenzendorf, which amuses him. Elsa plays along by making up stories about Jewish powers, such as mind-reading. Angry with his mother for hiding a Jew but unable to reveal his knowledge of Elsa, Jojo accuses Rosie of being unpatriotic and laments that his father is away. Rosie dismisses his accusations and espouses her belief that positivity and optimism are the best ways to be free of oppression.

Jojo continues to interrogate Elsa. Elsa says she has a fiancé called Nathan with whom she wants to reunite when the war is over. Jojo forges a letter from Nathan, which claims that he has found someone else and wants to break up with Elsa. Hearing her crying, Jojo writes another letter retracting the first one. Jojo and Adolf argue, with Adolf insisting Elsa is a monster. Later, while on one of his metal collecting trips, Jojo spots his mother leaving a “free Germany” message in town.

Jojo is home one day when the Gestapo, led by Captain Deertz, visit his house. Klenzendorf rushes to Jojo’s house while it is being searched. When the Gestapo notice that Jojo’s Hitler Youth knife is missing, they are suspicious of Jojo’s answer to how he lost it. Elsa reveals herself, pretending to be Jojo’s sister Inge. She tells the Gestapo she had taken the knife in order to protect herself against Jojo intruding into her room, and produces Inge’s papers in answer to the Gestapo’s challenges to her identity. She hands them to Klenzendorf and provides her own birthday to quell the Gestapo’s suspicions. The Gestapo rely on Klenzendorf, who is holding the documents, to affirm her accuracy, and he does. Jojo is relieved, but Elsa later realizes she recited the wrong date and Klenzendorf had only pretended it was correct. Elsa is confident the Gestapo will eventually realize the deception. Later that day, Jojo finds his mother has been hanged in the town square, recognizing her two-toned shoes. He breaks down, hugging her dead body. In his grief, he tries to tie her untied shoe lace, but can’t get it right. Devastated, he returns home and stabs Elsa in the shoulder with his blunt Hitler Youth knife in vengeance, then breaks down again; Elsa comforts him.

Jojo runs into Yorki, now a soldier, who tells him Hitler has committed suicide and that the Allies are closing in. When the village is attacked, Jojo and Yorki find cover, where they find Fräulein Rahm sending out children with grenades strapped to them to “hug” enemy soldiers before she charges into battle with a machine gun. Facing the American and Soviet forces, the city’s garrison surrenders. The Soviets force several captured Germans into a backyard and line them up against a wall, including Jojo. A wounded Klenzendorf tells Jojo his mother was a good woman and to look after his “sister”, then saves him by removing his Hitler Youth coat and calling him a Jew, causing the Soviet guards to drag him to safety. The soldiers expel Jojo, who runs away as gunshots are heard.

Jojo runs home and, to stop Elsa from leaving, tells her Germany won the war. Recognizing her despair, he recites a new letter from Nathan, claiming that he and Jojo have figured out a way to smuggle her to Paris. Elsa confesses that Nathan died of tuberculosis the previous year. Jojo tells her he loves her, and she tells him she loves him like a “younger brother”. A disheveled Adolf (now displaying a severe head wound) angrily confronts Jojo for siding with Elsa, and Jojo kicks him out the window. Jojo takes Elsa outside and just before walking out the door, he bends down and ties Elsa’s shoe: to this point, Jojo has never been able to fully tie shoe laces. Outside, Elsa sees American soldiers and realizes the Allies have won the war. She slaps Jojo in the face for lying before they dance in the street to a German rendition of “Heroes”.

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