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Angelina Jolie stuns in Givenchy alongside her brood at 'The Breadwinner' premiere

Angelina Jolie stuns in Givenchy alongside her brood at 'The Breadwinner' premiere”

First They Killed My Father had its Cambodian premiere in Siem Riep on February 18, and its American premiere at the Telluride Film Festival in Colorado on September 2. After all, is it a failure if a film whose all-but-stated goal is to illuminate the horrific events it depicts, is not a knockout of artistic and entertainment value? Jolie depicts the zealous young communists overseeing the camp as just shy of evil cartoons, and since the storytelling is so closely tied to Loung's perspective we never explore any of her tormentors too closely - how they came to join this movement, if they ever look around and see the disease and dysfunction surrounding them and question their methods. "I do not want my children to be anxious about me", she says.

"Somebody told me that if you're going to adopt an orphan, you should adopt from a country you love, because that's the only history you're going to share with them", Jolie told People magazine in 2003. The sequel of the Disney movie will mark Jolie's first onscreen appearance since the 2015 film "By the Sea".

The Oscar-winning actress said her children have a tendency to laugh when they see her at her most professional, giving interviews and promoting her new films. "With all that's accessible to us sometimes we get completely overwhelmed and we don't know what to believe and what to do, so I'm just trying to listen to other women, I'm trying to lend my voice where possible", Jolie told the Women in the World summit in an afternoon panel.

Jolie added that she found Maleficent's accent and voice while bathing her children.

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It recounts her life as a child in the 1970s under the brutal Khmer Rouge, as she and her family struggled to survive the murderous regime of Pol Pot.

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"It's just been the hardest time, and we're just kind of coming up for air", she told the publication.

Jolie and Brad Pitt have been separated for nearly a year and the actress says she is adjusting to a lot of expectations that has come her way after the highly-publicised split. She chose to make things clear ... They've been very fearless. "This [film] is very important to him, but I think so". It's not something I wanted.

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