Tove Böckman’s review published on Letterboxd:
it was uncomfortable at times, watching jojo rabbit in cinemas. i’m not entirely convinced white people should be allowed to laugh at anti-semitism, even when it’s satire.
though, as always, taika knows exactly how to write and direct from a child’s perspective. and it’s really very beautiful and expertly handled the way that jojo’s innocence allows for incredibly sensitive themes and outright racist issues/opinions to be confronted on the screen and by the viewer.