Angeline Jolie's movie “In the Land of Blood and Honey" got compliments. Looks like Angelina can become a good director as well.
Murat Tahirovic, who heads an association of prisoners of war, told AFP, "This movie is deeply moving for the victims who experienced all of these things. It is completely objective and it really tells the facts of what happened during the war.”
“She really succeeded in telling the story of the whole war in her film and to show the most characteristic situations that detainees faced – mass executions, rapes, (being used as) human shields and all the other horrors."