International superstar and humanitarian Angelina Jolie gave a candid interview to "60 Minutes," in which she recounted her dark past, from drug addiction to an obsession with the macabre. "I went through heavy, darker times and I survived them," the actress tells CBS' Bob Simon.

When Simon asked the mother of six to elaborate, Jolie replied, "Nothing I want to go into a lot of detail about. I think people can imagine that I did the most dangerous... and I did the worst and for many reasons, I shouldn't be here."

Angelina continued, "I'm still a bad girl. I still have that side of me... it's just in its place now. It belongs to Brad. Or... our adventures."

The "60 Minutes" crew visited Jolie on the set of her new film in Budapest, "In the Land of Blood and Honey." Jolie goes behind the camera as the film's director and writer, in a love story set during Bosnia's civil war in the early '90s.

See Angelina on "60 Minutes," airing Sunday on CBS.

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