I get to use it tomorrow (school is back in session here, full classes as scheduled, let's see how long that lasts).
Here's generally how my presentations go:
Slide 1 -- some moving gif that catches the attention of the class, usually a repeating loop, then greetings, day, date, weather.
Slide 2 -- movie posters in Japanese and English for the film clip used today. I included a Japanese title box that states "This movie is an anti-hate satire."
Slide 3 -- Intro to characters in this clip, photos from IMDB or snagged off the clip.
Slide 4-5 -- explanation of backstory particular to this clip (in simple English, with Japanese if needed.
Jojo is a ten-year-old boy in Germany
during World War 2.
He joined “Hitler’s Youth”,
a big association (協会) of young people
who want to make Germany great.
He is called “Jojo Rabbit”
because he is as timid as a rabbit.
Jojo admires Adolf Hitler.
Hitler is also Jojo’s imaginary friend.
behaves like a ten-year-old boy.
Jojo wants to show Imaginary Hitler
how brave he is.
Slides 6-17 are the video clip (about 2 minutes long), Q&A slides (multiple choice) with answers via "reveal photos" to illustrate correct answers or shorter extracted clips of about 5 or 10 seconds from the main clip to show the correct answers, and a final "goodbye" clip of some humorous gif I back with music and a silly sounding "Bye bye" at the end before fade-out.
Everything safe and age-appropriate. In the scene where the grenade lands at Jojo's feet, and he and Hitler say "Sh*t!", I beep that word out.