The movie Jo Jo Rabbit follows ten-year-old Johannes “JoJo” Betzler living in Germany during World War II. Indoctrinated through propaganda and biased teaching, Jojo accepts his place in Nazi Germany. Adolph Hitler is portrayed in the movie as JoJo’s imaginary friend or a representation of his inner voice but is also a visual representation of JoJo’s normalization of the world around him. The film’s goal is to show the viewer the often-unfortunate result of accepting what we are told is right without question. Using examples from the movie, explain how the movie presented this goal and how does this goal tie into the topic of terrorism?