AN INTERVIEW WITH IDA OF "IDA'S DIARY", A NEW FILM ABOUT BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER
FILMMAKER IDA STORM WANTS TO CHANGE THE FACE OF BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER
THIS WOMAN DOCUMENTED HER LIFE WITH BRODERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER
IDA STORM'S "BEING IDA" SHOWS WHAT IT'S LIKE TO LIVE WITH BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER
WOMAN WITH BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER FILMS HERSELF FOR 8 REVEALING YEARS
San Fransisco Globe
WOMAN RECORDS VIDEOS OF HERSELF FOR 8 YEARS, SHOWS STRUGGLES WITH MENTAL ILLNESS
STUDENTMEDIENE I STAVANGER (NO), (STINE SERIGSTAD) - TERNINGKAST - 6/6
Ida has thought me that the most important thing with dreams is to have them, that it is OK to cry over your shattered favorite mug and that it is possible be ecstatic about boiling potatoes.
The film has a beautiful ending that took my breath away. Just from that reason; See it!
FILMPOLITIET (NO), P3 (BIRGER VESTMO) - 5/6
Director August B. Hanssen has formed the material into a raw, engaging and enlightening movie with an exciting style that visualizes Ida’s struggle in an ideal way.
Ida’s courageous openness is impressive - and so is the film.
FEDRELANDSVENNEN (NO), (ROY SØBSTAD) - 5/6
It’s not easy to look into the eyes of someone who are in pain. But «Ida’s Diary» forces us to do just that. […] It’s not often you get a more vivid impression of the human being behind the diagnosis.
And last but not least - thanks to a magical ending that takes you completely by surprise - the film leaves us with something even more valuable; the feeling that there is hope, despite all.
CINECOLA (MATT MICUCCI)
[Ida’s] just a normal girl in a world where more and more young people are being diagnosed with mental illness. And that is why, despite it being difficult to sit through, Ida's Diary is a monolith of representation that might spur on important debates.