Distraught Angelina Jolie opines (again) on split with Pitt

One-half of the Hollywood constellation formerly known as "Brangelina" dishes (again) on the the Jolie-Pitt split to promote Angelina's new film on Cambodia.

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News about a celebrity divorce like Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie makes us examine our own relationships. Photo: Georges Biard via Wikimedia Commons
News about a celebrity divorce like Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie makes us examine our own relationships. Photo: Georges Biard via Wikimedia Commons

WASHINGTON, February 20, 2017 — Hollywood glamor queen Angelina Jolie is dishing yet again on the teary-eyed never-ending saga of her split with Brad Pitt. The latest chapter in Jolie’s ongoing series of self-justification interviews was recently published in Newsweek magazine by writer Tufayel Ahmed.

Jolie blames her 2016 divorce filing on an alleged kerfuffle between Pitt and their adopted son, Maddox, which occurred on a flight between France and the U.S., and her periodic commentaries on the perpetually-trending Brangelina breakup likely serve another purpose as well (in addition to scoring points against Brad): deploying the couple’s real-life soap-opera into advance PR for Jolie’s upcoming film, “First They Killed My Father.”

Directed by Jolie and set to debut later this year on Netflix, this made-for-streaming-video flick revisits the horrific, genocidal takeover of Cambodia by notorious Stalinist/Maoist Pol Pot. Tufayel Ahmed has the up-to-the-minute details on the new film below.

(Video link to the referenced BBC interview of Jolie is here.)


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