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Jolie talks about Pitt, Bell’s palsy in Vanity Fair story
    2017-July-28  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

NOW, it’s Angelina Jolie’s turn.

In May, Brad Pitt opened up to GQ Style in a bombshell of an interview, his first following a widely publicized and relatively nasty split from longtime partner Angelina Jolie. In the story, Pitt talked about the circumstances surrounding the divorce, admitting that he had quit drinking and was working toward becoming a better man.

By nearly all accounts, the Michael Paterniti-penned profile was great for Pitt, who had taken a significant hit to his image with tabloid and TMZ reports of an alleged altercation on a private plane between Pitt and their son Maddox.

Jolie has kept quiet until now.

In the September issue, Vanity Fair published a cover story featuring the 42-year-old actress, filmmaker, humanitarian and mother of six. For the profile, titled “Angelina Jolie Solo,” she sat down with longtime Vanity Fair contributing editor Evgenia Peretz.

Vanity Fair has been something of a go-to for Jolie. She’s been featured on multiple covers through the years, all with revelatory and intimate interviews. This new one is no different.

As for her relationship with Pitt and whether they’re able to communicate now, she said: “We care for each other and care about our family, and we are both working towards the same goal.”

As for the family unit, Jolie contends that everyone is on the upswing, though she prefers to keep it vague. “We’re all just healing from the events that led to the filing ... They’re not healing from divorce. They’re healing from some ... from life, from things in life.”

Jolie, who suffers from hypertension, reveals that she had developed Bell’s palsy, a condition that causes one side of the face to droop as a result to damage to the facial nerves. She fully recovered thanks to acupuncture, she tells the mag. Of the scare, she said: “Sometimes women in families put themselves last ... until it manifests itself in their own health.”

Jolie also opens up about finding more gray hairs. “I can’t tell if it’s menopause or if it’s just been the year I’ve had,” she says. “I actually feel more of a woman because I feel like I’m being smart about my choices, and I’m putting my family first, and I’m in charge of my life and my health. I think that’s what makes a woman complete.”

Jolie’s next project, which was recently announced to be in the lineup at this fall’s Toronto International Film Festival, is the adaptation of “First They Killed My Father,” Loung Ung’s 2000 memoir of the Khmer Rouge genocide.

Shot in Cambodia and presented in the Khmer language, the film is a Netflix original. Maddox, along with the rest of the brood, had active roles on set.(SD-Agencies)

 

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