Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Bruno Dumont|
|Produced by||Rachid Bouchareb
|Written by||Bruno Dumont|
|Music by||Richard Cuvillier|
|Edited by||Guy Lecorne|
|Distributed by||Tadrart Films|
|Running time||105 minutes|
|Budget||€ 3.4 million|
Hadewijch (Julie Sokolowski), a young novice Sister, is a fanatic Christian making herself suffer by fasting and standing in the winter rain. The Mother Superior (Brigitte Mayeux-Clergot) expels her deeming her blind faith dangerous. She becomes Céline again, daughter of a Parisian diplomat. She meets a young man named Yassine (played by Yassine Salim), but tells him that she cannot fall in love with him because she is in love with Jesus; she is still a virgin and planning to stay that way.
Scholarly and critical reception
- Julie Sokolowski as Soeur Hadewijch/Céline
- Yassine Salim as Yassine
- Karl Sarafidis as Nassir
- David Dewaele as David
- Brigitte Mayeux-Clergot as Mother Superior
- Luc-François Bouyssonie as Céline's father
- Marie Castelaine as Céline's mother
- Lemercier, Fabien (2007-09-29). "Dumont and Resnais supported by Ile-de-France". Cineuropa. Retrieved 2011-04-11.
- "Hadewijch at Box Office Mojo". Retrieved May 20, 2012.
- Lemercier, Fabien (2009-09-21). "Hadewijch scoops FIPRESCI at Toronto". Cineuropa. Retrieved 2011-04-11.
- Official website
- Hadewijch at the Internet Movie Database
- The lesson given in the film by Nassir on the ghâyb
- Dumont website
- Hadewijch at Box Office Mojo
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