Get your tissues ready. Angelina and Brad are going to make you cry all the tears in ‘By the Sea.’ A new photo from the highly-anticipated film will undoubtedly make you feel all the emotions.
Just give Angelina Jolie, 39, the Oscar already! In a new photo from Angelina and Brad Pitt’s new movie, By the Sea, the actress is crying in the arms of her husband. Angelina and Brad, 51, play husband and wife in the period drama, and they have to find their way back to each other before their marriage completely falls apart.
Angelina Jolie & Brad Pitt In New ‘By The Sea’ Photo
It’s safe to say that By the Sea is going to be a very different film than Mr. & Mrs. Smith. With her hair in disarray and her makeup running, Vanessa (Angelina) cries in the arms of Roland (Brad).
In just this one photo, Angelina is bringing it. The pain in her eyes is just so incredibly sad.
This is a much different look at the film than the previous photos that were released. In one of the earlier pictures, Angelina is sitting on the bed with Brad in the distance. Angelina’s sex appeal is on full display. In another photo, Brad is sitting with a fellow traveler. Sounds like these moments are before the drama hits the fan!
The film follows Roland, an American writer, as he travels with his wife to a resort by the sea in 1970s France. Roland and Vanessa become friends with fellow travelers and soon come face-to-face with the conflicts in their lives and marriage, ComingSoon.net reports.
‘By The Sea’: A Movie Of ‘Loss’ & ‘Recovery’
This is the first movie that Angelina and Brad have starred in together since 2005’s Mr. and Mrs. Smith. This time around, they’re not playing married spies. By the Sea is much more than that.
“This is a story about a relationship derailed by loss, the tenacity of love, and the path to recovery and acceptance,” Angelina told the outlet. “It has been a privilege to explore these universal human experiences with such a generous and talented cast and crew.”
By the Sea hits theaters Nov. 13, 2015.
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