Angelina Jolie just can't help being interesting.
While we already heard her discussing the fact that she got through "heavy, darker times," the actress (and now director) dropped some more provocative soundbites in her "60 Minutes" interview.
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The actress talks about her new film, "In the Land of Blood and Honey," which she directed, set during the war in Bosnia. "I didn't know it was going to be so sensitive," she said about the story, which details a love story between a Muslim woman and a Serbian jailer.
She also talks about her dream of being a funeral director. "It sounds like this very strange, eccentric, dark thing to do but in fact I lost my grandfather and was very upset with his funeral," she said. "If this whole acting thing didn't work out that was going to be my path."
But even as she discusses the tabloids and her family, our favorite soundbite has to come on while discussing her humanitarian efforts. Surely, all that good work means her dark side has receded, yes?
"I'm still a bad girl," she says. "I still have that side of me. It's just, it's in its place now. It belongs to Brad. Or it belongs to our adventures."
And that's one way to keep things interesting.