Angelina Jolie attends 'The Breadwinner' movie premiere with her five children

Angelina Jolie is annoyed by the rumors, it sets the record straight

Angelina Jolie is annoyed by the rumors, it sets the record straight

Directed by Jolie, the film starts in the 70s when Ung was a child living a normal family life and chronicles her life as she struggles to survive the genocide and escape the Khmer Rouge regime.

Later that day, Angelina participated in a discussion with Rithy on stage in front of a live audience. The Cambodian-set movie also marks the production debut of her 16-year-old son Maddox. "I'm not ready, '" she said, according to Entertainment Weekly.

Is Angelina Jolie's health compromised after her divorce with Brad Pitt? "They're healing from some. from life, from things in life", she said.

Angelina Jolie was all smiles as she stepped out for the Toronto Film Festival on Monday, September 11.

Jolie said her first major movie as a director, the 2011 Bosnian war drama In The Land Of Blood And Honey, was prompted by her humanitarian work as a special envoy for the United Nations refugee agency. Whenever I go on humanitarian trips, they want to go with me.

The family looked like the picture of happiness as they attended the premiere of "The Breadwinner," an animated film Jolie helped produce, which is based on Deborah Ellis' award-winning novel.

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But she added, "We did some insane things out there to try to figure out what a child sees".

They're nearly teenagers (12 and 11, respectively) and they seriously seem just as self-assured and comfortable in the spotlight as their famous mom.

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.

Jolie, 42, who won a supporting actress Oscar for "Girl, Interrupted" in 2000, shrugged off her status as a role model for women. She went on, "They're having a great time".

"The accent and everything about her was discovered when I was giving my kids baths", she said.

"We all need to do, I think, even more than we've ever done because we're at a very dark time". They had an in to get tickets: Jolie is a producer on the film. Again I find myself typing the words, "It's an unquestionably worthy story, I just wish it was told with more inventiveness".

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