Watch a First Trailer for Angelina Jolie’s Netflix Film ‘First They Killed My Father’

Netflix debuted a harrowing initial trailer for Angelina Jolie‘s arriving film First They Killed My Father on Wednesday, Aug 2.

The play is slated to premiere during a Toronto International Film Festival in Sep before streamer to a video streaming service. Based on Loung Ung‘s 2000 discourse of a same name, a film follows a tour of a immature Cambodian lady struggling to tarry a genocide of a Khmer Rouge regime after a United States withdrew from Vietnam in a mid-1970s.

The scarcely two-minute trailer does not embody any dialogue, though sets a theatre by display vast groups of children soldiers loading ammunition. At a finish of a teaser, Sareum Srey Moch, a immature singer who plays Ung, stands in front of a building engulfed in flames.

First They Killed My Father outlines Jolie’s fifth directorial effort, following A Place in Time (2007), In a Land of Blood and Honey (2011), Unbroken (2014) and By a Sea (2015), a latter of that she starred alongside her then-husband, Brad Pitt.

The former couple’s eldest son, Maddox Jolie-Pitt, who was adopted from Cambodia in 2002, perceived his initial executive writer credit for First They Killed My Father. “It was a approach for him to travel in a stairs that many expected his birth relatives walked,” a Tomb Raider actress, 42, pronounced of Maddox, 15, in her new Vanity Fair cover story.

First They Killed My Father hits Netflix on Friday, Sep 15.

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