The actress openly spoke about what she had to endure. The journalists talked with the star during the premiere of her new directorial work “First they killed my father: a daughter’s Memories of Cambodia”. Jolie shot the film, based on the biography of human rights activist lung Eng.
Before Angelina Jolie flew to Cambodia, where he presented the film “First they killed my father: a daughter’s Memories of Cambodia”. The actress is not the first time visitor to this country. Previously, she came to Cambodia for the filming of Lara Croft, and also visited the country with charitable missions.
In the morning Jolie spoke at a press conference in front of journalists, speaking in detail about the film. The film is based on the autobiography of a Cambodian writer and human rights activist lung Eng. The film tells about the cruel events that took place during the reign of the party of the Khmer Rouge in the 1970-ies. In that period of time as a result of “cleansing” and killed over two million people, including family members of lung Eng.
In the evening, the journalists and spectators were able to attend the premiere of the film. She Angelina appeared on the red carpet in a stunning gown of fuchsia backless, although usually chose dark outfits for such events. Of course, during the events, reporters did not miss the opportunity to question her about the divorce with ex-husband brad pitt.
“I don’t want to say much about it… Say that it is a very difficult time… We are family and will always be family. And we’ll get through this together and I hope we as a family will only become stronger,” explained the actress.
However, according to star, at this moment, she was able to rediscover the harmony in life. “Now, I go through a period when everything in my room. Two dogs, two hamsters, two children. That’s fine. But usually, I Wake up, I immediately try to figure out who’ll go for a walk with the dog, who will make the pancakes and cleaned the guys teeth,” laughs Angelina.
As admitted Jolie, in five years she would like to travel the world and visit children who previously assisted. According to the actress, she will continue to support them.
In communication with reporters, Jolie said that the film, in which she acted as a Director, must help the people of Cambodia to openly talk about deep injuries received in that period. The whole evening was supporting her son Maddox, whom she adopted in this country in 2002.