Angelina Jolie is premiere and promotion of her latest film, the second installment of Maleficent: mistress of evil. In these moments when granted interviews in which he speaks of work but also their personal affairs. The actress attended the premiere with five of his six children, because Maddox is at the university, in Korea. “There are moments in my life that I have hidden, in that I feel small and insecure and not free of pain. I also have felt cornered. It costs Me a lot to meet again, probably more now than in the past four years,” said Jolie in an interview with E! New. Also, during the promotion of his film, he has explained in the journal The Daily Mail that he felt pressured to marry Brad Pitt.
The past few years have not been easy for Angelina Jolie. He had to undergo a double mastectomy in 2013 to reduce the chances of developing breast cancer and then removed the ovaries in 2015. To this was added his marital crisis. She divorced Brad Pitt in 2016, starring in one of the separations more complicated than Hollywood, which has not yet been completed. But as has been made clear that the actress, now it tries to find herself and overcome what has been lived.
Jolie and Pitt were one of the couples most envied Hollywood, but the dream was broken three years ago when Angelina Jolie filed for divorce against her husband for Brad Pitt. In April, a judge ruled that they could return to be considered unmarried. But, the legal process follows its course. The judge has approved what in English is called “bifurcation of marital status“that, in practice, this implies that Jolie, of 43 years, and Pitt, 55, may be deemed to be singles, although it still has not completed the process of divorce.
Jolie in recent months has embraced a feminist discourse. In August he published an essay in the journal Elle in claiming the need for more “women and evil” in the world. “Women are evil, are the only women who are tired of injustice and abuse. Who refuse to follow the rules and codes that do not believe that what is best for them or their families,” he explains. “Women who will not give up their voice and their rights even at risk of death, imprisonment or rejection by their families and communities. It is this evil that the world needs women evil”, reiterates the also producer, 44-year-old.
This is not the first time that Angelina Jolie is addressed to women in a way so direct. Six years ago, in 2013, the actress published an open letter in The New York Times where it was disclosed that she had undergone a double mastectomy to reduce the chances of developing breast cancer. In his letter, Jolie, then 37 years, in addition to explain the whole process, special emphasis was placed on who had made the decision to make it public to encourage other women who may be in your same situation: “I Wanted to write this to tell other women that the decision to go for a mastectomy is not easy, but I’m very happy you have taken it and can in no way diminished my femininity. […] For all women who read this, I just hope that the help know their options.”