Angelina In Tears At Bosnian Premiere Land Of Blood Honey

February 21, 2012 by staff 

Angelina In Tears At Bosnian Premiere Land Of Blood Honey, Angelina Jolie premiered her directorial debut of In the Land of Blood and Honey, which is based on the Bosnian war, in Bosnia on Tuesday night and she got emotional while addressing the audience.

Following a standing ovation from the 5,000+ strong venue, the mother of six was overwhelmed with emotion. She told the crowd “It means so much to all of us, it means so much to me and I can’t tell you how much it means to be here with all of you and to share this film and that you’re receiving it so warmly means the world to me,” E! Online reports.

She added, “I care so deeply for all of you in this country.”

MTV UK reports that her partner, Brad Pitt, was on hand for support.

There were some veterans of the Bosnian war, which took place in the ’90s, in the audience. The film tells a particular story of a love affair between a Serbian soldier and a Bosnian woman.

Jolie called the release of the film “timely” due to “things that are happening in Syria today.”

“It is very important that this film is out at this time. If this film points the finger at anybody it is the international community, so I hope it remains a wake-up call for them,” she said.

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