Trailer of ‘Jojo Rabbit’: Taika Waititi brings his characteristic style of humor and pathos to this satire of World War II

The filmmaker ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ Taika Waititi impressed everyone with the advance of his next movie Jojo Rabbit and did it again with the new trailer. Giving fans a detailed look at their main characters, the director, who also plays Adolf Hitler In the film, let humanity, love and hope shine in the advance of 2.17 minutes of satire against hate.

Featuring Roman Griffin Davis as a lonely 10-year-old boy, Jojo Rabbit Betzler, the film has Waititi playing his imaginary friend who happens to be the Führer Adolf Hitler. The story follows little Jojo in a Nazi boot camp, who has his life and beliefs turned upside down when he becomes aware of the fact that his single mother, Rosie played by Scarlett Johansson , is hiding a young Jew played by Thomasin McKenzie. This in turn finally forces him to accept his blind nationalism and look at the functioning of government and society from a new perspective.

The trailer has some comic relief with Jojo's friends unable to perform virtually any of the tasks given to them by their instructor, played by Rebel Wilson while the Oscar winner Sam Rockwell He plays the man who runs the place.

We have assembled an incredible cast and could not be more excited to finally ridicule the Nazis and their beliefs. This movie is going to annoy many racists and that makes me very happy, Waititi said in a PTI report.

Waititi has written, directed and co-produced the film that also has Stephen Merchant and Alfie Allen in the cast.

The premiere of the film is scheduled for October 18, 2019.