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Angelina Jolie says her latest project is the "hardest thing" she's ever done in her career.

Angelina Jolie sat down with Tom Brokaw on Today, and had two shocking revelations about her upcoming movie Unbroken.

The film chronicles the life of Louis Zamperini, an Olympic runner who was taken prisoner by Japanese forces during World War II. "[The world] can seem hopeless and it can seem very overwhelming," she said of the movie. "But the resilience and the strength of the human spirit is an extraordinary thing."

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It just so happens that director Jolie is neighbors with her movie muse. "I imagine that for the last 10-something years, (Zamperini has) been sitting there having a coffee in the morning and wondering who's going to make this movie," the 38-year-old Oscar winner told Today. "And I've been sitting in my room laying there thinking, 'What am I supposed to be doing with my »

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