Angelina Jolie

   Angelina Jolie, actress and advertising mentor, managed to be received by Pope Francis.

   Angelina Jolie has traveled to the Vatican to project her film ‘Unbroken’ and greeted pope Francis, as confirmed by the deputy director of the Vatican Press Office, Father Ciro Benedittini, who specified that during the screening of the film the Pope “was not present”.

   According to a press release issued by Universal, the filmmaker and actress was accompanied by Luke Zaperini, the son of Louis Zamperini, the olympic athlete who honors the film.

   Jolie has said that being invited to the Vatican was an “honor” and a “great tribute to the history of ‘Unbroken’, the story of a hero, a great example of strength and forgiveness.”

   ‘Unbroken’ is a drama-war film produced and directed by Angelina Jolie. It tells the story of Louis Zamperini, Olympic athletics star and hero of the Second World War, who during a military mission had an accident in the Pacific Ocean, which survived with only two companions. He spent 47 days adrift on a raft, until they managed to reach an island. They were found by Japanese soldiers who tortured him and captured as a POW.

   Moreover, consumers like to associate the brands with celebrities, according to a global survey about celebrities, conducted by ACNielsen. “We live in a time when internet has changed our habits. When purchasing products, consumers want to see the shop windows, but they declare that advertising influences them much time to decide.” A total of 23,500 Internet users in five countries have opted for Angelina Jolie as mentor for casual wear.

   In general there are two famous in which all consumers agree: Nicole Kidman to advertise sleepwear and Angelina Jolie for casual wear. “Another interesting point is that the Europeans appreciate the more individualistic images of George Clooney and Johnny Depp,” highlights ACNielsen. The survey shows that the marriage of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie has become the most profitable advertising partner.

   Clemente Ferrer

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