LOGLINE: After half a century of waiting, Mihail Sebastian’s Diary was finally published in 1996.
SYNOPSIS: Born Iosif Hecther, in Braila in 1907, Mihail Sebastian was one of the most important cultural journalists in the inter-war Romania. He published articles, essays and reviews, short stories, plays and was also a translator and linguist. From 1935 to 1944 he kept a daily, detailed, diary, in which he wrote down every important moral, intellectual, social and political aspects of life in Romania. When published, his diary generated a series of conflicts regarding Romania’s political past
Directed by: Corina Badea
Screenplay: Corina Badea
Producer: Catalin Mitulescu, Andreea Valean
Executive Producer: Florentina Onea
Cinematography: Marius Panduru
Editing: Ioachim Stroe
Sound: Ioachim Stroe
Music: Alexander Balanescu
Narrator’s voice: Damian Victor Oancea
Length: 43 min.