Meet Johannes "Jojo" Betzler - a ten-year-old boy living in Germany with his mother Rosie during World War II. Being part of the Hitler Young organisation, Jojo often has extraordinary, to the point of absurd talks with a friend. This is actually an imaginary friend that is kind of supportive and childish version of the Nazi leader - Adolf Hitler. Jojo’s family now consists only of himself and his caring mother. His father has departed to do his military service in Italy and his older sister Inge has recently died of influenza.The young boy has many questions on everything he has been taught during the war. These questions increase when he accidentally finds out that his mother is hiding a Jewish girl in the attic.
" The movie ’Jojo Rabbit’ has recieved mixed review from the Danish critics. None the less it has received six Oscar nominations. The film’s focus on Nazi Germany can seem dated, but the themes are still hauntingly current, and maybe that is one of the reasons why it nominated for best movie among others. ‘Jojo Rabbit’ follow the boy Jojo, who in his young insecurity will do anything to fit in and therefore has become a member of Hitler Jugend. What Jojo doesn’t know is that his mother, played by Scarlett Johansson, isn’t a big fan of the Nazis and is hiding a Jewish girl in the attic. ‘Jojo Rabbit’ is in Danish cinemas now. "