Bosnian authorities have canceled Hollywood star Angelina Jolie's permit to film in the country after complaints about the movie's subject.
The film -- Jolie's directorial debut -- is a love story set during the 1992-95 Bosnian war. According to Sarajevo media, the main characters are a Muslim girl who is raped by a Serbian soldier with whom she later falls in love.
The minister of culture for the Muslim-Croat Federation, Gavrilo Grahovac, retracted Jolie's permits after activist group "Women -- War Victims" said the film's story was "unacceptable" and could cause rape victims "further emotional pain."
After the war, Bosnia-Herzegovina was divided into two largely autonomous parts -- the Serbian Republic and the Muslim-Croat Federation.
Bosnian Serb forces raped thousands of women -- most of them Muslim -- during the conflict.
compiled from agency reports