Brad Pitt’s wife Angelina Jolie needs to stop her maternal instincts and let 250 children cry on the set of her new movie, “First They Killed My Father.” Read on!
Actress and director, Angelina Jolie is currently busy in her newest movie project, “First They Killed My Father” alongside with her and Brad Pitt’s son, Maddox, who’s been working as a PA on the set.
According to Design & Trend, Jolie’s maternal instincts are getting in the way with her directing job so she needed to force herself to stop the filming and hug each child who needs to cry during the scene.
In her interview with People, the 40-year-old actress admitted that in the movie shoot of “First They Killed My Father,” which is based on Loung Ung’s memoir of the same title, there’s one scene that truly breaks her heart and her maternal instincts suddenly kicks in!
Jolie told the magazine that there’s a scene that requires 250 children who were instructed to cry and scream as they “go through a labor camp.”
The said scene seems to get on Jolie’s heart as she revealed that her instincts that time was “to want to cut and hug everyone.”
Moreover, in Jolie’s interview with the Associated Press last July, the actress revealed that she and her son, Maddox prepared the film and they will be on each other’s side as they learn about Cambodia—Maddox’s homeland.
Jolie noted that though Maddox is her son, it cannot change the fact that he is also a “son of Cambodia.”
“This is the time for our family to understand all that that means to him and to us,” Jolie said.
The actress also added that “her desire to tell the story in the most truthful and accurate way possible” is her “tribute to the strength and dignity” that every Cambodian person have.
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