Jojo Rabbit has been given a 12A age rating in the UK for discrimination, violence, bloody images, sex references, strong language
Robert Hyde |
16th September 2019 |
Director Taika Waititi brings his new film Jojo Rabbit to the big screen and it has been given a 12A age rating in the UK.
As described on the BBFC website JOJO RABBIT is a comedy drama in which a ten-year-old Hitler Youth member begins to question the Nazi ideology after discovering a Jewish girl living in his home.
The film is bound to contain plenty of director Waititi satirical sense of humour, although the subject matter might not appeal to a larger audience.
The BBFC have given the film its 12A rating in the UK for discrimination, violence, bloody images, sex references, strong language and the film has a runtime of 108 minutes (1 hours 48 minutes) and it is released on 3rd January 2020 however the film will be shown at the London Film Festival on October 5th 2019.