Angelina Jolie Breaks Down In Tears At Film Premiere
She recieved a standing ovation for her flick, In The Land Of Blood And Honey...
Jolie's film, which tells the story of a romance between a Serbian soldier and a Bosnian woman during the war in 1990, was well received by the 5,000-strong audience - which included some people who had survived the conflict.
It all became a bit much for Jolie as she received a standing ovation once the movie had ended, as a clearly emotional Ange told her audience: "To see you receiving it so well means the world to me. I feel so deep for all of you in this country."
Referencing the current unrest in Syria, Jolie continued: "I feel very strongly about the film and I believe that its core issue - which is the need for intervention and need for the world to pay attention to atrocities when they are happening - is very, very timely, especially with things that are happening in Syria today.
"It is very important that this film is out at this time. If this film points the finger at anybody it is the international community, so I hope it remains a wake-up call for them."