Angelina Jolie brought several of her children - son Pax, 13, daughters Zahara, 12, and Shiloh, 11, and twins Knox and Vivienne, 9 - to Toronto to enjoy the world premiere of the Canadian movie The Breadwinner, which she executive-produced.
Angelina Jolie with her six children and actors Kimhak Mun and Sareum Srey Moch.
"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.
Jolie's film begins with a reminder of exactly what the United States's role in all of this was, as it was the U.S.'s secret bombing of Cambodia (a neutral nation) during the Vietnam War that helped the Khmer Rouge find the support it needed to come into power.
Jolie added that she found Maleficent's accent and voice while bathing her children.
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Jolie with her kids earlier this month at the Telluride Film Festival, which hosted a premiere of "First They Killed My Father".
At the time, she explained how she felt stress from the divorce, and the struggles she faces in life are taking its toll on her body.
The Oscar-winning actress looked stunning in an off the shoulder black Ralph & Russo dress as she opened up about directing, writing, and producing the film based on Loung Ung's memoir by the same name. "As I said, we are and forever will be a family. They see what's happening in Syria or in Myanmar and they ask why, and we're all trying to find the same answers".
A year after the split from Brad Pitt, Jolie is continuing her career, on Sunday night, she celebrated the debut of The Breadwinner, the actress and producer walked the red carpet with her entire brood. The sudden and drastic shift in young Loung's reality is made worse by the frightful conditions at the camp, and the constant fear that her father's government ties will be discovered. "So even though they've seen me dressed up, they really laughed at her dressed up". "I think it's very important to cry in the shower and not in front of them". "I didn't want to use that word..."
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