Jolie In Trouble With Bosnian War Vets
Angelina Jolie – the actress/child-snatcher/home-wrecker – is currently on the back foot after being heckled over her latest project, a controversial Bosnian War film. The film will mark Jolie’s directorial debut and she is pleading for critics to show some restraint until they have actually seen the movie for themselves.
The criticism relates to a recent incident where Jolie lost her Bosnian filming permit following a protest by war victims who objected to the storyline which involves a Bosnian woman falling in love with a Serbian man in 1992 on the eve of the war commencing. It’s possible the protests are a result of the plot being crap but it’s likely they feel offended.
In an attempt to squash the bad publicity Jolie has claimed there are fresh storylines in the newest draft that may alleviate the concerns of those protesting the film.
The child snatcher 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.”
The home-wrecker added: “My hope is that people will hold judgement until they have seen the film.”
The woman who uses charities and good causes just so she can get herself publicity carried on: “Obviously any dramatic interpretation will always fail those who have had a real experience”.
Plans are already in place to apply for a new permit following script amendments and revisions.