Angelina Jolie at war with Vanity fair magazine over publication.

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ANGELINA JOLIE is locked in a dispute with Vanity Fair Magazine over a report on her audition of children in Cambodia for her Netflix directorial debut titled “First They Killed My Father”.

Vanity Fair said it had been contacted by JOLIE's lawyer who accused the interviewer of mistakenly reporting about the audition.

 

But the US magazine said it stand by the report of the interview, which she the actress-director claimed misreported her.

 

JOLIE had complained about the report due to criticism over her description of the casting process for her film about the Khmer Rouge.

 

She reportedly described how directors had played a game which involved giving money to poor children then taking it away.

 

JOLIE fiercely denied playing tricks on the children, insisting that every measure was taken to ensure the safety, comfort and well-being of the children and that the report was upsetting.

 

 

The movie - First They Killed My Father - is based on a true-life account of a survivor of the Khmer Rouge genocide, and the story is told through the eyes of a child.

 

 

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