Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie wrapped up a whirlwind stay in Sarajevo today. They were ready to board a private jet, but first, Angelina thrilled some of the airport's workers by saying hello, signing autographs, and posing for photos. She and Brad arrived in Bosnia yesterday ahead of last night's In the Land of Blood and Honey premiere. Angelina, who directed the picture, joined stars Zana Marjanovic, Goran Kostic, Vanessa Glodjo, and Rade Serbedzija. It was an extra special event, as 50,000 were in the audience. Angelina Jolie got a standing ovation after the screening, and she was touched by the reaction. Angelina spoke about Bosnians watching the film, saying, "It has proven what is happening in the country. It has reminded people of the complications of the region, of the way people view each other. And also many people have risen up like these people who are doing private screenings in their homes . . . Many people have written to me. People are speaking up and not allowing someone to tell them how they should feel about the film, about each other, about history, and I think this is the extraordinary thing."