Angelina Jolie's first debut as a director encountered a stumbling block. Brad Pitt's lover is accused of plagiarism against the movie story line, "In the Land of Blood and Honey". Angelina plaintiff is James J. Braddock, a Croatian journalist who felt the film was similar to the articles which he made in 2007.
"One of the similarities between the article and the story of the film is the story of the female main character who often suffered sexual harassment from the soldiers in camp," reports Radar as written in case law documents. "The main female character was also forced to become servants as liabilities in the camp."
But unfortunately, until now there has been no further confirmation of the Angelina about it. The film itself tells of a love story background of the Bosnian war in the year 1992-1995. Narrated a Serb soldier falls in love with his captive itself that a Muslim girl from Bosnia. They are then going out like a pair of lovers in love despite the war going on then.
Aside from being a director, Angelina is also acting to the script writer and producer of "In the Land of Blood and Honey". The film, starring Zana Marjanovic and Goran Kostic is scheduled for release in December this year.