Angelina Jolie Gets Bosnia Film Permit Back

The Association of Women Victims of War had protested the actor's directorial debut

Angelina Jolie has been given back a permit to film in Bosnia that was briefly withdrawn because of rumors that her movie featured a rape victim who falls in love with her assailant, The Huffington Post reported Monday.

Jolie was given back the permit for her first project as a director after the country's culture minster was given the script in an attempt to assure him the rumors were false, said Edin Sarkic, Jolie's Bosnian producer. The minister did not immediately return a phone call seeking comment.

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