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Are you allowed to laugh about Adolf Hitler and the horrors of the Nazi era? In his Nazi grotesque » Jojo Rabbit «, Marvel director and star Taika Waititi («Thor 3» and «Thor 4») answered this question with a resounding «yes» — and thus delivered the funniest film of 2019 (US Start) or 2020 (German start). If you missed «Jojo Rabbit» in the cinema, you can catch up on Easter Monday, April 18, 2022, because ProSieben will be showing the film on free TV for the first time at 8:15 p.m.
If you prefer to see films without commercial breaks and optionally also in the English original (with a wonderfully stupid German accent from Taika Waititi as Hitler) or if you see this article too late, you can also subscribe to «Jojo Rabbit» on the Disney+* streaming service:
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This is Jojo Rabbit
Germany in 1945: Jojo Betzler ( Roman Griffin Davis ) is ten years old and lives alone with his mother Rosie ( Scarlett Johansson ). Although, «alone» is actually not quite correct: For one thing, Jojo has an imaginary friend and that’s none other than Adolf Hitler (Taika Waititi) himself. And on the other hand, young Elsa ( Thomasin McKenzie ), a Jewish classmate of Jojo’s dead sister, lives in the house of Jojo and his mother .
When Jojo discovers this, he is horrified, after all he is an enthusiastic young Nazi and is involved in the Hitler Youth. Jojo wants to inform the Gestapo, but Elsa explains to him that they would then take his mother with them too. And Jojo soon realizes that Elsa does not correspond at all to what he has been told about Jews so far…
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