The much-anticipated, important and powerful movie -- Difret -- premiered in Toronto at the Carlton cinema. It exposes the subject of violence against women in Ethiopia. Difret, which means "courage" in Amharic, aims to start a real and overdue conversation on this neglected subject.
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"What was a woman to him was somebody who was smart and capable and cared about our family."
'90s Brad is back!
Get a glimpse of the Jolie Pitt clan in action.
The woman cannot take a bad photo.
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Like Angelina, I know the pain of losing one's mother to cancer. My mother also died in her 50s -- in her case it was breast cancer. It was the lack of relevant information about my own risk as young woman whose mother has just passed that lead me to found Rethink Breast Cancer, whose mission is to empower young people who are concerned about or affected by breast cancer. I applaud Angelina Jolie Pitt both for sharing her personal experiences, and for highlighting the importance of taking control of your own health.
Before Angelina Jolie was the megastar she is today, she was a teen trying to make it in the modelling world. A series of