Angelina Jolie says filming 'Those Who Wish Me Dead' was therapeutic
Angelina Jolie, who plays a traumatized firefighter risking her life to protect a 12-year-old boy in the thrilling crime drama, "Those Who Wish Me Dead," told Korean reporters in an online press conference on Tuesday, that she found the film to be a therapeutic experience.
Based on Michael Koryata's book of the same title and directed by Taylor Sheridan, "Those Who Wish Me Dead" tells the story of Hannah, who struggles with PTSD after failing to save three children from a fire.
She then comes across Connor (Finn Little), who witnesses his father's murder and is pursued by the assassins as she tries to protect him from the dangers that follow.
In the press conference, held via Zoom, Jolie explained that her experiences of parenting and directing helped her portray the character better.
"I loved that this character (Hannah) is so broken and overwhelmed, and what saves her is him (Connor). She finds a purpose in helping him get through and survive. That's what parenting can often do. My life has been enhanced through my love for children. You live …
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