On a recent trip to Washington, D.C., Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie decided to swing by the United States Holocaust Museum to promote Angelina’s directorial debut, “In the Land of Blood and Honey.” They specifically went to tour the “From Memory to Action” exhibition on genocide, which includes the massacre in Srebrenica featured in her movie.
“I’m having trouble even speaking about it because I spent half an hour in this room where I did my best not to look at the walls and read everything because it was reminding me so much of everything I learned in the process of this film and all the beautiful people that I met that survived,” Jolie told the Washington Examiner. “It’s quite heavy.”
Israel’s Channel 10 also had the chance to catch up with the couple, who told the news station that they were “very interested” in going to Israel and learning more about the conflict there. “There’s no good reason I haven’t been [to Israel],” Jolie admitted.
Brangelina fascinates the entire human race, as exhibited by the fact that their trip to the Holocaust Museum is literally breaking news. Oh, and that they just stopped by the Oval office to visit with President Obama on the way out of town. And that they can do no wrong and people basically hajj from around the world to catch a glimpse of their perfectly sculpted faces and ethnically diverse family. Please, Brangie, be more perfect. I dare you.