Jojo Rabbit

Movie • 2019 • Comedy  Report
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Does a cat die?
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Does an animal die?
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patriceescalle
While Jojo's at camp, they ask him to kill a rabbit. He lets the rabbit go but an older boy catches it and snaps its neck. Don't know the exact time the scene takes place (maybe 1/3 of the way into the movie?) but from when they take the rabbit out of its cage, it's only about 2-3 minutes til they kill it, so skip that part.
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patriceescalle
Just the one scene, about 1/3 of the way in to the movie. No torture or anything too gruesome, but a rabbit has its neck snapped. The rabbit is only onscreen a few minutes so as soon as you see the rabbit step out/look away for 4-5 minutes.
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Gjhurd
One side character has a anxiety attack towards the end of the film, but he is only in focus for a second or two rocking and crying, then moves on to other things surrounding the protagonist.
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KobiReichard
There are two moments of the imagery of butterflies and one in real life in front of our protag. I could see the moment when they show a video of butterflies swarming around his stomach being a bit triggering
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PinkPocketGamer
Ghosts are mentioned quite a few times, none are really seen though.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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Sorbaet
There’s a reference to a uncle having a “inappropriate” relationship with a characters sister, but it’s only mentioned in passing
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TFMD
There are also some moments where bombs or guns go off suddenly and unexpectedly.
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Gjhurd
No dragons in this universe
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patriceescalle
Battle scene near end of movie, STRONGLY implied. Like they'll show a kid run around the corner and then there's an explosion. Also Jojo had an older (teen) sister who died before the movie takes place, and she's mentioned a few times although they never say what happened exactly.
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patriceescalle
Not graphic, you just see the dead parent's distinct shoes and know they're dead.
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patriceescalle
It's offscreen, and unrelated to their gender/sexuality
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crabby
Jojo's mother is shown drinking frequently throughout the film, and you can tell it's to cope with stress.
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Gjhurd
It is referenced about Hitler’s suicide, and imaginary Hitler has some marks as if recovering from being shot in the head (no earlier than 15 minutes before film end).
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h3then
Imaginary Hitler is also involuntarily kicked through a window.
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Gjhurd
An adult spits on a child in order to save said child.
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avanhalem
Food scarcity is discussed as it is war time.
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patriceescalle
No black people in this
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avanhalem
Child soldiers are used
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Gjhurd
No Santa in this movie
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TFMD
[SPOILERS] Jojo develops a crush on Elsa, the Jewish girl hiding in his attic. When the war ends, there is a brief scene where he lies to her and tells her that Germany won and she will have to stay in hiding. Soon afterwards, he changes his mind and takes her outside, where she sees the truth. Apparently in the book he actually carries on this deception for a long time, but in the movie it seems like he changes his mind immediately (thankfully) so it isn't too bad.
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patriceescalle
Someone is living in a very small attic space. I think they only show the inside once, the first time you see the attic and Jojo goes in. They do show the doorway to the crawlspace several times throughout the film which could be triggering.
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morethanspacedust
Yes, and it's shown quite close up at more than one point during the film
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patriceescalle
From the perspective of the patient's bed. You see doctors and nurses but no blood, IV's, scalpels, etc.
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acoconut
Many, many, many explosions, but not nuclear.
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Gjhurd
Someone takes a bath off screen to clean up dirt off them.
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ghostofpunk
Jojo suffers a slight limp and scarring from a grenade accident. He and others refer to him as 'horribly disfigured' and such.
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patriceescalle
A character seems to be a heavy drinker but it doesn't seem to cause problems and the topic of addiction doesn't come up.
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TFMD
Antisemitic views are expressed throughout the movie. Much of it is satirical and impossible to take seriously, for example the idea that Jewish people sleep hanging upside down like bats. It should be noted that the writer/director is Jewish and that the main character comes to learn that antisemitism is wrong.
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acoconut
Many dead bodies in a war scene, but not very bloody. Hitler has a bloody head wound. Someone is stabbed which draws blood, but it is not a deep stab.
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fs
No character experiences dysmorphia per se, but there are two notable potential triggers for dysmorphia: throughout the film, Jojo obsesses over his facial scar, and makes fun of his friend's weight/fatness.
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acoconut
There is a scene where Jojo's mother plays like she is his father, and she slams her fist on the table in front of him.
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patriceescalle
Not the eyeball itself, but a character survives an explosion and has extensive scarring around their eye.
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SuzanneH
This is in WW2
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JohnnyGuitar
It should be noted that no overt slurs are used, only comically outlandish descriptions of Jews. ("Why don't you have horns?" "I don't grow them until I'm 21.) Still may be triggering.
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KobiReichard
There is a slightly shakey cam like sequence after Jojo gets blown up by the grenade and brought to the hospital. Can at the very least effect those with photosensitivy or are easily nauseated by like scenes
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