213: Jojo Rabbit
David Lee and James Harleman (not Heil-me-man) take a jaunty trip to visit Jojo, his imaginary friend, and a jarring world splitting the difference between satire and sobriety. From the form of storytelling itself to themes of propaganda, how people change, and our real enemy, this daring film has a lot to say. Thanks to our Patreon supporters for picking it!
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