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Idas dagbok (2014)

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Ida's Diary is a film about hope and courage, about finding your own identity and daring to live. It's a personal film based on Ida's own video diary from the last eight years.

Director:

August Baugstø Hanssen (as August B. Hanssen)

Writers:

August Baugstø Hanssen (as August B. Hanssen), August Baugstø Hanssen (as August B. Hanssen)

Star:

Ida Storm
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Ida Storm Ida Storm ... Herself
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Ida is a young Norwegian woman, struggling with a very turbulent emotional life caused by emotionally unstable personality disorder (borderline). For the last eight years, Ida has kept a video diary in order to ease her mind and structure her thoughts. In her diary we get a unique insight into a world of fear and anxiety, but also precious moments of everyday victories and self-discovery. Most importantly we get to witness her powerful struggle towards self-acceptance and a genuine appreciation of life. Ida's Diary is a film about hope, about finding your own identity and daring to live.

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Documentary | Drama

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Country:

Norway | Finland | UK

Language:

Norwegian

Release Date:

10 October 2015 (USA) See more »

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At the end of 2010 Indie Film recieved a package in the Mail. The package contained the entire unedited video diary from Ida. She wanted someone to tell her story, to help others. See more »

Quotes

Ida Storm: I think I'm equally afraid of both. Living and dying.
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Raw, honest and filled with glimpses of joy
24 September 2015 | by auduntverfjellSee all my reviews

Just came back from the screening of Ida's Diary on BIFF film festival. What we witnessed was an extremely personal story through almost a decade of living with a serious mental disorder. What shines through is a strong spirit, with a great lust and wonder for life even in the darkest of times. Life is what you make with what you got.

We were lucky enough to get a Q&A with Ida, very enlightening and moving.

See this movie, it took great courage to release it, it deserves to be seen.

8 out of 10


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