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    Angelina Jolie Hopes to Address Violence and Hatred With New Movie

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    Angelina Jolie, who directed a new movie 'Unbroken' that opens on theaters Monday, hopes her work will bring attention to the issue of violence and hatred around the world.

    MOSCOW, November 18 (Sputnik) – Angelina Jolie hopes her new movie “Unbroken” will serve as an example for fighting against violence and hatred around the world, AFP reported.

    Jolie said she hoped the movie, which touches upon the World War II themes, would address the issue of violence and make people question it in the future.

    “I wanted to put something out in this world that reminds us of the strength of the human spirit and brotherhood and faith and all of the things that will in the end get us through these dark times,” Jolie said during a press conference in Sydney, as quoted by AFP.

    “Unbroken” is the second movie directed by the Hollywood actress. The movie was filmed entirely in Australia and tells a story of a real-life war hero turned a war prisoner during the World War II, the Australian Age reported.

    The movie premiered on Monday night in Australia.


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