'This Week' Transcript: GOP Candidate Rick Santorum and Rep. Barney Frank

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AMANPOUR: Do you feel like you were forgotten? Do you feel this film is a way of reminding the world what happened back then?

VANESSA GLODJO, ACTRESS: I didn't feel abandoned now especially when I look at you, I really don't feel that we were abandoned. Because what we had, when you were doing those CNN reports, for us, it was the truth. And as you know the truth was on our side.

MARANJOVIC: It's a stain that will always remain.

AMANPOUR: A stain?

MARANJOVIC: A stain. It kind of -- it's a scar. I think that's maybe the best way to describe it.

GLODJO: I've seen our films that we did in Bosnia. And for some unexplainable reason people put gloves when they speak about war.

AMANPOUR: They treat it with kid gloves as you say.

GLODJO: Exactly.

But, Angelina -- and that's what I wanted to say when I read the script -- I had a knife in my chest, in my stomach. And I said, my god, what is this? What is this really? It's so strong.

AMANPOUR: You're not from there and yet you've thrown yourself into this incredible story, it's incredibly emotional, even all of us talking.

JOLIE: You see these great pictures. There's a great photograph I had in the office and the woman she's got the pearls and she's done her hair and it's just you may shoot at me, but you will not remove my humanity, my dignity, my self, my person. I'm going to continue to keep my head up.

There's something in this film we hope through the music, through the people, through the relationships that also shows the warmth and the love and the humor and the life of the people from this part of the world that is special.

AMANPOUR: Very moving, though, for you, too?

JOLIE: Very moving. I'm very moved.

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AMANPOUR: and you can see more of my interview with Angelina Jolie tomorrow on Good Morning America. And on Nightline where she opens up about her humanitarian work and life with Brad Pitt and their six children.

Up next, which Republican candidate is kissing the Donald's ring? That's ahead on Next Week in politics.

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AMANPOUR: And now, the "Sunday Funnies."

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SETH MEYERS, "SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE": This Christmas a number of senators will participate in a "Secret Santa" gift exchange that will involve members from both parties. The way it works is the Democrats will give the Republicans a gift and that's it.

(LAUGHTER)

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: It's another case of he said/she said.

STEPHEN COLBERT, "THE COLBERT REPORT": Now technically I believe we're now up to "he/she said/she said/she said/she said/she was paid not to say."

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JIMMY FALLON, "LATE NIGHT WITH FALLON": Today, some good news, it is the holiday season over at the White House. The theme for this year's Christmas is "Shine, Give, Share." Well, rumor is the theme for next year's Christmas will be "clean, pack, move." That's a rumor.

(LAUGHTER)

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AMANPOUR: And now for a look at what's on tap for "Next Week in Politics."

Monday the parade of candidates to Trump Tower continues as Newt Gingrich heads to the Big Apple to meet with businessman and future debate moderator Donald Trump.

Tuesday, President Obama travels to Osawatomie, Kansas, to road test his new message of economic populism with a speech about fairness.

Most of his GOP challengers will be in nation's capital on Wednesday, speaking before the Republican Jewish Coalition, expect to hear a lot of full-throated support for Israel on that stage.

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