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Angelina Jolie Won't Be Rushing to Direct Another Movie After 'Blood and Honey'

December 23, 2011 (7:28 am) GMT
As Jolie discusses her future in directing, a new clip for 'In the Land of Blood and Honey' has been unleashed, giving a peek at an intense scene between Danijel and Alja.
Angelina Jolie Won't Be Rushing to Direct Another Movie After 'Blood and Honey'

might receive many praise for her directorial debut, "", but she is in no rush to helm another movie. In an interview with Los Angeles Times' 24 Frames, the Elise Clifton-Ward of "" hinted that she will be picky for her next directing project.

"I love political subject matter, international work where I learn about other countries and foreign affairs. I don't know if I would be interested in directing something where I wasn't forced to get a huge education," the Oscar winner explained. Still, she noted, "I still am shy about the idea of whether I would ever do this again."

During the chat, the long-time partner of opened up that she actually "half-wrote" another script about Afghanistan though nobody has read it. "I don't even think it's good. Maybe I'll dig it out, but I don't have the confidence yet to start even thinking in that way," so claimed the 36-year-old actress.

After directing "Blood and Honey", Jolie is set to star in several upcoming films, including Ridley Scott-produced "", David Fincher's "", and Luc Besson's yet untitled big scale thriller. However, she claimed she didn't miss going back to acting this time around.

"I loved not acting. I loved it," Jolie confessed. "When you get to shine the spotlight on someone who's doing the job 10 times better than you can imagine doing it yourself, it's great. It's like 'OK, I'm not needed here'."

Shot in both English and Slavic, "In the Land of Blood and Honey" follows a love story between a Muslim Bosniak woman, Alja, and a Christian Serbian soldier, Danijel. They met in 1991, before the Bosnian war breaks, and then find themselves on opposite sides. Danijel was in charge of guarding the rape camp where Ajla was imprisoned.

The drama will open in limited theaters in the U.S. on December 23. A few days before it is released, a brand new clip of the movie has been unleashed via Apple. The snippet sees a scene in which teary Danijel asks terrified Alja if he was her enemy or she was his enemy.



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