London: Actress Angelina Jolie says her new movie 'Unbroken' has allowed her to pay tribute to the men that she loves.
Jolie, 39, is back in the director's chair with World War II drama 'Unbroken', which tells the incredible story of Louis Zamperini.
Zamperini was an Olympic runner who was captured by the Japanese during the war, reported Femalefirst. "I don't feel it's a woman's touch as much as it's how a woman loves and respects men. And I look at this, and I see my son, and Brad, and it's me paying respect to the men I love, showing them I know them intimately and I know them emotionally.
"And they're not just cool to me when they're being tough. They're cool when they're able to be vulnerable to," she said. 'Unbroken' marks the second film in Jolie's directing career and comes after she made her debut with 'In The Land of Blood and Honey' back in 2011.
She is back behind the camera for her third film 'By The Sea' which stars Pitt and is also written by her.