American actress, Angelina Jolie says she doesn't know what to call it, but admits she believes there is something greater out there.
Popular American actress explains her idea of 'having faith'
Angelina Jolie says she doesn't know what to call it, but admits she believes there is something greater out there
Speaking on her new film "Unbroken", Jolie told People magazine: "I don't know if there's a name for that -– religion or faith -– just that there's something greater than all of us, and it's uniting and beautiful."
The movie was inspired by the late Louis Zamperini, a World War II vet, who died at 97 earlier this year and really touched Jolie's life
The actress, 39, shared with the magazine what he taught her while filming her inspirational movie.
"When there is an obstacle, you have to rise to the challenge, not be overwhelmed by it," she said.
She continued, "And we're not alone in the world."
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