The satirical movie "Jojo Bunny", directed by Thor 3 creator Taika Waititi, won the People's Choice at the prestigious Toronto Film Festival. This is reported by The Hollywood Reporter.
"Jojo Rabbit" is a story of tolerance and understanding that took place at a time when both were lacking, and I hope that with this picture we can remind yourself that you can keep in touch with each other even under the most dire circumstances, regardless of age, religion, race or gender. It was an incredible experience, and I am happy that the world had the opportunity to see it for the first time at a festival in Toronto, "the director said in a statement on this matter.
The movie was set during the Second World War. The plot was built around a young German, whose fictional friend was the Fuhrer himself. The role of the latter was played by Taika Waititi himself, the movie also starred Sam Rockwell, Scarlett Johansson, Rebel Wilson, Alfie Owen-Allen, Stephen Merchant and other popular Hollywood artists.
Winning the Toronto Film Festival increases the chances of "Jojo Rabbit" "to receive other prestigious awards.
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