Angelina Jolie has asked people to “hold judgment” until they see her film directorial debut.
The Oscar-winning actress is currently working on the story of a couple who meet each other just as the Bosnian war begins in 1992 but was left reeling this week after her permit to film in Bosnia was revoked amid claims the untitled movie is to feature a relationship between a Serbian rapist and his Muslim victim.
Responding to the allegations in a statement, Angelina said: “There are many twists in the plot that address the sensitive nature of the relationship between the main characters and that will be revealed once the film is released. My hope is that people will hold judgment until they have seen the film.”
GK Films, the company producing the movie, has denied the reports.
A statement said: “The stories about the film which have recently been circulated are incorrect. The dedication and commitment of the cast and crew from all over the former Yugoslavia demonstrates the integrity of this project.”
A source close to Angela added:”This is not the story in the script. There are people trying to sabotage the movie.”
A copy of the script has now been sent to Gavrilo Grahovac, Culture Minister of the Muslim-Croat federation, in the hope he will reverse his decision to revoke the permit.
A source said: “It is highly likely the script will be reviewed within a day or so and all of this will be resolved.”
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