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Angelia Jolie Takes the Kids Out for a Night at the Museum — See the Pics

Angelia Jolie Takes the Kids Out for a Night at the Museum — See the Pics

Angelina Jolie and her kids at Opening Night Of MoMA's Doc Fortnight, Premiere Of Prune Nourry's Serendipity

Actress Angelina Jolie‘s children, well the oldest four, made a rare appearance on Thursday (February 21, 2019) night in New York City.

Maddox, 17, Pax, 15, Zahara, 14, and Shiloh, 12 joined their mother for of MoMA’s Doc Fortnight Premiere of Prune Nourry’s Serendipity documentary.

The family posed for a few pics inside the event with French artist Prune Nourry, who specializes in sculpture, and Rajendra Roy, Chief Curator of Film at MoMA.

Angelina Jolie and her kids at Opening Night Of MoMA's Doc Fortnight, Premiere Of Prune Nourry's Serendipity
Mark Sagliocco/Getty Images for Museum of Modern Art

Looking very chic, Angelina wore her hair in a sleek ponytail and rocked a black sequined V-neck top, black trousers, pumps and a bright red lip for the event, while the kids were in shades of black and white.

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Nourry’s documentary follows her journey throughout her breast cancer diagnosis, her treatment and the effect it had on her body.

Her mother, actress Marcheline Bertrand, had breast cancer and died from ovarian cancer in 2007.

Angelina Jolie and her kids at Opening Night Of MoMA's Doc Fortnight, Premiere Of Prune Nourry's Serendipity
Mark Sagliocco/Getty Images for Museum of Modern Art

Supporting her friend, Jolie introduced the film at MoMA calling Nourry’s decision to document her journey “an act of generosity.”

“I’m honored to be here to support my dear friend, Prune Nourry, and to introduce a unique, brave and mesmerizing film,” she said. “A tribute to the spirit of a woman, and a journey into the mind and soul of a true artist.”

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She continued, “I think in the process, she helps all of us to feel a little more brave, more connected to our bodies and to each other, more willing to accept our own scars, and better able to understand that these things too are part of life, and part of what it is to be a woman.”

Angelina Jolie and her kids at Opening Night Of MoMA's Doc Fortnight, Premiere Of Prune Nourry's Serendipity
Mark Sagliocco/Getty Images for Museum of Modern Art

“Cancer is a word that still strikes fear in us,” Jolie added. “But fear often comes from not knowing what our choices and options are. Even if it can’t always be conquered, fear can be met head-on with the support of others.”

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