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Angelina Jolie torna al cinema con una rilettura della favola della Bella addormentata, dove interpreta la celebre strega Malefica: la rivista americana Elle le dedica la cover di Giugno.
Star: Angelina Jolie
Magazine: Elle US
Photographer: Hedi Slimane
Styling: Joe Zee, fashion editor 

Eccovi un estratto dell'intervista rilasciata dall'attrice 38enne alla rivista:

A proposito dei suoi vent’anni: “I media fraintesero la mia indole ribelle. Infatti, non si trattava di un bisogno distruttivo, bensì di quel bisogno di far sentire la propria voce, di abbattere i muri che ti circondano. Vuoi essere libero. E quando inizi a sentire di essere ingabbiato in un tipo di vita, ci combatti contro. Può sembrare strano ed essere frainteso, ma stai cercando di scoprire il tuo vero io. Me ne sono resa conto ancora da piccola – che una vita in cui non vivi al massimo delle tue potenzialità, o non sperimenti, o  hai paura, o esiti o ci sono cose che sai che dovresti fare e invece le eviti, è una vita che sarei triste di vivere, e l’unico modo di sentire che mi trovo sul cammino giusto è essere fedele al mio vero io, qualunque esso sia, e ciò tende ad uscire fuori da ciò che può essere sicuro o tradizionale.
[Traduzione: Thanks to Miss C]

On her perception of her 20s: “[The media] misinterpreted as [me] wanting to be rebellious. And in fact it wasn’t a need to be destructive or rebellious—it’s that need to find a full voice, to push open the walls around you. You want to be free. And as you start to feel that you are being corralled into a certain life, you kind of push against it. It may come out very strange, it may be interpreted wrong, but you’re trying to find out who you are I realized that very young—that a life where you don’t live to your full potential, or you don’t experiment, or you’re afraid, or you hesitate, or there are things you know you should do but you just don’t get around to them, is a life that I’d be miserable living, and the only way to feel that I’m on the right path is just to be true to myself, whatever that may be, and that tends to come with stepping out of something that’s maybe safe or traditional.”

On her relationship with Brad Pitt: “You get together and you’re two individuals and you feel inspired by each other, you challenge each other, you complement each other, drive each other beautifully crazy. After all these years, we have history—and when you have history with somebody, you’re friends in such a very real, deep way that there’s such a comfort, and an ease, and a deep love that comes from having been through quite a lot together.”

On casting some of her children in Maleficent: “And my little Vivienne—we call her my shadow, because there’s nothing I can do to shake her. I can be tired, I can be grumpy, I can be in a terrible mood, and she doesn’t care. It’s ‘Mommy, Mommy,’ and she’ll cling to me. We knew that she would still do that thing, she’d still smile at me and insist that I pick her up. So we couldn’t really cast anybody else. I asked Shiloh about being Aurora, and she laughed in my face. She said she’d be a horned creature. Brad and I made the decision that we wouldn’t keep them from sets and the fun of making movies, but we wouldn’t [glorify it either]—we wouldn’t make it a good thing or a bad thing. But I would really prefer they do something else… after two days of it, Brad and I were so stressed we never wanted to do it again.”

Written by: Stella

MALEFICA uscirà al cinema il 28 maggio 2014

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