Hadewijch

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Hadewijch

(hä`dəvīkh), fl. early 13th cent., Dutch mystical poet, a nun. Her works, beautiful lyrics on the love of God and a number of letters in rhyme and visions in prose, are a monument both of early Dutch literature and of Roman Catholic mysticism.
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CAST: Peter Simonischek, Sandra Huller, Michael Wittenborn, Thomas Loibl, Trystan Putter, Hadewych Minis, Lucy Russell, Ingrid Bisu, Vlad Ivanov, Victoria Cocia?.
The divine historical mysticism of Hadewych of Brabant and Katherina Vetter, among others, expresses itself in a realist mode by moving everyday matter into the realm of visionary divinity.(6) In the absence of God, the poet follows the opposite route, from the noumenal to matter, yet in both the means are identical.
(6.)/ Hadewych of Brabant was a thirteenth-century mystic from the Brabant region who innovated mystic lyric by adopting the form of troubadour love poetry to shape the relation between God and man.
Lien de Graeve has a perfectly quiet moment in her supporting role in "The Second Wife." And Hadewych Minis, the exciting young actress playing the doomed fan who haunts Myrtle, is encouraged to be as bizarre as she pleases.
With: Mimoun Oaissa, Maryham Hassouni, Mohammed Chaara, Roeland Fernhout, Hadewych Minis, Mimoun Ouled Radi, Marcel Musters, Eva Duijvestein, Jack Wouterse, Iliass Ojja, Bias Addab, Chantal Janzen, Fransje Boelen.