Angelina Jolie has a strong relationship with Cambodia through the launch of the Southern California Film Festival
Has a strong relationship with Cambodia where her son Maddox was born in the South Asian country.
Angelina Jolie wanted to support the film industry in the country during her visit to the Town Town Film Festival in Long Beach, California on Saturday.
The 43-year-old Oscar winner looked great without bothering in a big black shirt and tan skirt while she stood with the participants in the event.
Attracting excitement, the intermittent star seemed exciting in the low band, which included a brown scarf.
Her treses left the long brand crow and loose as she cascaded on her small shoulders.
The actress’s history began with the country in 2000 when she filmed the Tomb Raider movie on site.
Returned after two years to adopt Maddox who is now 17 years old.
She was also inspired by Brad Pitt to make her film nominated for the Golden Globe, First They Killed My Father. Based on the diary of Cambodia’s human rights activist Long Aung, ‘First They Killed Father’ records her experience as a young girl under the brutal rule of the Khmer Rouge.
I spoke to Vanity Fair in 2017 about her first visit to Cambodia.
‘I found the people who were nice, friendly and open, and yes, very complicated .. Go there, and see the families go out with a blanket and picnic to watch the sunset.
Angelina has five other children like Pax, 14, and his daughter Zahra, 13, Shiloh, 12, and Knox and Vivienne, 10.