Angelina Jolie Pitt and Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen met as she prepared to shoot a movie in the united states.
For her meeting with all the prime minister, the performer was dressed in a loose white top along with skinny black trousers. The movie tells the story in the viewpoint of a 5-year old kid, who watched the ugliness of war.
In her memoir, Ung, 45 talks about her growing up through the barbarous Khmer Rouge regime of the 1970s. She met with all the performer last week when the two scouted for places, People magazine reported, including the movie may have an “all-Cambodian cast and be shot completely in the Asian nation.”
The performer is directing the film for Netflix, alongside producer Rithy Panh and Cambodian director.
“The intent of this project is not to revisit the horrors of the war but to bring to the screen characters that people around the world will empathize with, and to help other people to learn about Cambodia,” Jolie Pitt told the Associated Press earlier. She is also hoping that the film will help her eldest son, Maddox, understand his birth country to a deeper level.
“Maddox will be on set every day after school and involved behind the scenes,” she told AP, adding that it is crucial for him to understand who he is. “He is my son but he is also a son of Cambodia. This is the time for our family to understand all that that means to him and to us,” added the actress.
Cambodia holds a unique place as it’s the arrival state of her 14-year old son Maddox.