Monday, 31 July 2017

Angelina Jolie disagrees with Vanity Fair's cover story, says it is "false and upsetting"


Prior to an article Vanity Fair magazine wrote on ace actress, Angelina Jolie and her new film "First They Killed My Father." directors for playing a disturbing game with the poor children in Cambodia, Angelina Jolie has explained her own side of the story.


According to Jolie, 

"Every measure was taken to ensure the safety, comfort and well-being of the children," Jolie told The Huffington Post. "Parents, guardians, partner NGOs whose job it is to care for children, and medical doctors were always on hand…to make sure no one was in any way hurt by participating in the recreation of such a painful part of their country’s history."
She went on to clarify that the “pretend exercise” was “from an actual scene in the film” and was not “a real scenario” as it had been portrayed in the article.
"I am upset that a pretend exercise in an improvisation, from an actual scene in the film, has been written about as if it was a real scenario. The suggestion that real money was taken from a child during an audition is false and upsetting. I would be outraged myself if this had happened. The point of this film is to bring attention to the horrors children face in war, and to help fight to protect them."

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