Angie’s going back to Bosnia.
Bosnia-Herzegovina’s culture minister returned a filming permit to Angelina Jolie, having rescinded it last week over rumors Jolie’s directorial debut portrayed a rapist-victim romance, The Associated Press reported.
Gavrilo Grahovac, who pulled the plug Wednesday after a prominent women rape victims’ group protested the film, made the reversal after being given a copy of the Jolie's script, her Bosnian producer, Edin Sarkic, told the AP.
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Sarkic said Jolie will return to Bosnia to shoot in November.
Jolie's unnamed film reportedly takes place during the 1992-95 Bosnian War and focuses on a romance between a Serbian man and a Bosnian woman.
After being denied the right to shoot in Bosnia, Jolie said last week that she hoped the project wouldn’t be imperiled by “pressure based on wrong information.”