The posters for Taika Waititi’s Jojo Rabbit describe it as “an anti-hate satire,” which seems like a pre-emptive reassurance to anyone caught off-guard by its jarring opening scene: a nervous ten-year-old boy anxiously preparing for his first day at a Hitler Youth camp.
Appears in: Deadman’s Tome: The Conspiracy Issue
Publisher: Deadman’s Tome
Release Date: June 2018
Summary: A paranoid grocery store cashier displays an uncanny understanding of how government really works in this satirical sci-fi tale.
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