Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie says she looked dull when the prosthetics she sported in her film ‘Maleficent’ were removed.
The 38-year-old actress, who donned prosthetics to transform the shape of her face to play the titular wicked fairy Maleficent in the upcoming film, says it made her feel “flat” when she returned to her normal self after filming finished, reported Contactmusic.
“What’s now strange is when I go home for the weekend, I feel like my face is really flat – I feel very dull in comparison to her. She’s so much more fun,” she said.
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The brunette beauty, who is raising six children with fiance Brad Pitt, said that the film, which revolves around the villain of Disney’s 1959 classic, ‘Sleeping Beauty’ has taught her a lot about ‘being a woman’.
“I’ve learned more about being a woman. She’s very complicated, she wasn’t born evil. She was born very soft and female in a way that a lot of women will be able to relate to but then she was abused in a way,” she said. “We’ve all had that experience where something has made us put our wall up and fell like, in order to survive, we need to become tougher,” she added.