Angelina Jolie Explores the Life of a Cambodian Refugee in New Netflix Movie 'First They Killed My Father'

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Angelina Jolie's newest film is especially poignant in today's political climate.

The 41-year-old filmmaker's upcoming Netflix film, First They Killed My Father, explores the life of a Cambodian refugee in the 1970s, as seen in this first look from the movie.

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"The heart of it is the story of a child but it is also the story of a country," Jolie, who directed the project, says about the film. "It's the first time on this size there's something about this war and country."

The global focus is no surprise coming from Jolie, who has adopted several children who were not born in the United States, and who recently added her voice to those concerned over President Donald Trump's recent travel ban.

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Watch the video below to see how more celebs reacted.

First They Killed My Father will be released on Netflix later this year.

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