Angelina Jolie Says Kids Are "Getting Better" After Split From Brad Pitt

Angelina Jolie Says Kids Are

Angelina Jolie Says Kids Are "Getting Better" After Split From Brad Pitt

The filmmaker and special envoy for the United Nations refugee agency was in Toronto to promote "First They Killed My Father", a movie about the Khmer Rouge era in Cambodia, which was to have its Canadian premiere Monday night at the Toronto International Film Festival.

Last week the star told The Hollywood Reporter and Deadline that she will return to acting after a one year break to spend time with her kids after her September 2016 split from Brad Pitt.

"I was trying to help wherever I could", says Maddox, the oldest of Jolie's six children.

Speaking about how the movie came about, Jolie said she and Loung penned the script years ago and they finally decided to make the movie keeping in mind Maddox's role in the movie. "I guess I am a little bit stronger", the actress told People about the past year. "I guess I am a little bit stronger", she told PEOPLE of her previous year.

Angelina Jolie has opened up about working with her son Maddox Jolie-Pitt. We've all been a bit in lockdown and going through some things. "I might dream, that if I was to continue in this business, that I would love to work with my children if they so choose to be in this business". I think it would be good to get out there and play together, ' the LA native said. "They're getting better." She added that she understands this situation is hard to understand when you're not directly involved. "And that's O.K., because I know who I am, and the kids know who I am". "Every location, every type of project, I'm going to have to adjust it to however much they can handle".

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It's particularly important that they learn about their own background from a culturally relevant perspective, she said.

The Salt actress added: 'I never really thought I could be anything else and I never really questioned it.

"He's quite capable and always takes me by surprise", she says proudly.

"We homeschool and I'm very very aware of their education, mostly very aware of what's lacking".

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