Australian actress Nicole Kidman (2nd-L) has photos taken with children before a special screening of her new film "Paddington" for children being treated at Sydney Children's Hospital on December 8, 2014. AFP PHOTO/Peter PARKS
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Australian film star Nicole Kidman has described 2014 as her toughest ever year, saying the sudden death of her father in Singapore had left her family in "so much pain".In Sydney for the premiere of her new movie "Paddington", the Oscar winner said her close-knit family were "hunkering down for Christmas" without her father Antony Kidman.Kidman said she chose to make the movie "Paddington" because she wanted something her daughters with singer Keith Urban -- Sunday, six, and Faith, three -- could enjoy.
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