People magazine’s cover for the end of the year features Angelina Jolie talking about her biggest moments of the entire year. Included in her biggest moments are her movie “Unbroken” being made and her son Maddox turning 13-years-old and becoming a teenager.

People magazine’s cover features the 25 most intriguing people of the year, but centers around Angelina Jolie, her movie “Unbroken”, her marriage to Brad Pitt and her six children with the actor.

Below is the magazine’s best and worst of 2014 cover:

In the cover story, Jolie was asked what her biggest moment was for 2014, to which she said, “My son [Maddox] became a teenager. That was a marker in my year.”

She also said that she never thought that she would be this happy when she was growing up. She revealed to the publication, “More than anything, like any mom, I’m just happy the kids are healthy. I married their dad. My health is good.”

When asked about the role their children played in her August wedding to Pitt, Jolie said, “They did a really good job! The eight of us celebrated, and Brad and I committed our lives to the children.”

Jolie said that in the future, she will spend more time behind the camera as opposed to in front of it. She said, “I’ve loved being an actor, but I’m happier shining a light on other actors.”

With regard to a possible move to politics, she said, “I do want to make change, so I’m open to whatever role that may take.”

People magazine’s cover centers around Jolie’s movie “Unbroken” which tells the tale Olympic runner and war prisoner Louis Zamperini. She said that the challenge of the biopic was cramming his entire life story into one movie. With regard to a notable memory of the year, Jolie said, “Sitting with Louie in the hospital, showing him Unbroken, that was probably one of the greatest moments of my life.”

She revealed, “We’re not alone in the world. I don’t know if there’s a name for that – religion or faith – just that there’s something greater than all of us, and it’s uniting and beautiful.”

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