Angelina Jolie on her movie ‘In the Land of Blood and Honey’“What I really want is some food!” Angelina Jolie is walking into a big, empty room in New York’s Waldorf Astoria Hotel, dressed like a businesswoman prepped for a meeting in a tailored black daytime suit and high-heeled black pumps. And it’s true: The lady needs to eat, her famously lithe frame having become thinner, paler, more birdlike since the last time we talked, a year and a half ago when the action thriller “Salt” came out. A generous buffet will magically appear in the hall outside, but for now Jolie must content herself with a small bottle of water that she idly seesaws up and down while talking about her new movie. Not “her new movie” in the usual sense that it’s her famously puckered lips plastered on billboards from L.A. to Lesotho. Rather “her new movie” in the sense that she wrote, directed and produced it.