Angelina Jolie to Direct Netflix War Drama Film ‘First They Killed My Father’
Hollywood’s one of the experienced actress Angelina Jolie Pitt, who has made her directorial film debut with American historical biographic war-sports drama movie ‘Unbroken’ and for this, received huge praise as done a great job.
Now, after introducing herself as good, Jolie has opted for a Netflix war drama film ‘First They Killed My Father’ as director, Netflix declared on Thursday.
The 40-years-old actress turned director will start the filming of ‘First They Killed My Father: A Daughter of Cambodia Remembers’ soon which is being produced and direct by Jolie for world’s largest streaming media company Netflix.
The plot of the second directorial venture of Jolie based on Loung Ung who known as human rights activist and best Cambodian writer, survivor of the deadly Khmer Rouge regime.
If reports are to be believed in this project, Oscar-nominated Cambodian filmmaker, Mr. Rithy Panh will also be the part of her direction.
The film ‘First They Killed My Father’ will be released for just member of the Netflix in end of the.
The film will be shown in major international festivals and wild be dubbed in two languages as Khmer and English, America based streaming company announced.
It said to be that beautiful actress wife of American actor-filmmaker Brad Pitt, first met Ung in 2001 and later on— read her memoir that really impressed Jolie.
Nevertheless, Hollywood’s highest-paid actress met again Ung and both became good friends, even began worked together on making the plot. The filming of this war drama project reportedly to begin in start of in Cambodia as its story belongs to this land.
The latest reports, Jolie’s youngest son, Maddox, taking much interest in this project, while cannot be said surely that he will be part of the film till confirmation.