Accessibility Links

Nelly & Nadine

  • 1h 32m
  • Magnus Gertten
  • Sweden, Belgium, Norway
  • 2022

Love against all odds - a remarkable story of two women falling in love in the Ravensbrück concentration camp.

On Christmas Eve, 1944, the Belgian prisoner and opera singer Nelly Mousset-Vos had been asked to sing Christmas carols in one of the French-populated Ravensbrück barracks.

After a couple of songs, Nadine Hwang of mixed Chinese heritage, requests a song from Madame Butterfly. After Nelly sings an aria about waiting on a loved one, Nadine emerges from the darkness and kisses Nelly - at this moment Nelly and Nadine become a couple.

After the war, they reunite and start building a life together. For many years their relationship was kept a secret, even to their closest family.

Now Nelly’s grandchild, Sylvie, has decided to open Nelly and Nadine’s unseen personal archives and tell their story. A story about war sufferings, mysteries, well-kept secrets, and the complicated stories of concentration camp survivors. Most of all, a love story of all time that will move and inspire you.

Nelly & Nadine made its World Premiere at Berlinale 2022. Winner of the Teddy Award for LGBT topics.

ASIA PACIFIC PREMIERE

Click here for in-theatre tickets.

supported by Getty Images

Category “Being Oneself” presented by Soar Communications Group

Director

Magnus Gertten

Languages

English, French, Spanish, Swedish

Countries

Sweden, Belgium, Norway

You may also like

Being Oneself Features Pass (9 Films)
Be My Voice
  • 1h 23m
  • Nahid Persson
  • Sweden, United States, Iran, United Kingdom
  • 2021
Children of the Mist
  • 1h 32m
  • Le Diem Ha
  • Vietnam
  • 2021
Crows Are White
  • 1h 40m
  • Ahsen Nadeem
  • United States
  • 2022
Disco Bloodbath
  • 1h 28m
  • Marcus Palmer
  • New Zealand
  • 2022
Golden Land
  • 1h 22m
  • Inka Achté
  • Finland, Sweden, Norway
  • 2021
I Am Not
  • 1h 35m
  • Tomer Heymann
  • Israel, Guatemala
  • 2021
One of Ours
  • 1h 28m
  • Yasmine Mathurin
  • Canada
  • 2021
Only I Can Hear
  • 1h 18m
  • Itaru Matsui
  • Heath Cozens
  • New Zealand, United States, Japan
  • 2022

Download the app to view your purchased content!