Antonia’s Line (1995)

Antonia’s Line (1995)

Movie Review

“The critics described Antonia as a kind of feminist kazka, because the main heroines want to be so independent from the male sex. The film is set over the course of 40 years and tells the story of five generations of a family of women, and the head of their unusual family, Antonia. By the way, in 1996 the picture caused a sensation at the Oscar ceremony, all because it became the best foreign language film.


Screen shots


Willeke van Ammelrooy, Jan Decleir, Veerle van Overloop

Movie Info

Director – Marleen Gorris
Writer – Marleen Gorris
Taglines – A motion picture that celebrates everything you love about life.
Genre – Comedy Drama
Motion Picture Rating (MPAA) – Rated R for strong sexual content, and for some violence, including a rape scene
Release date – February 2, 1996 (United States)
Countries of origin – Netherlands, Belgium, United Kingdom, France
Language – Dutch
Also known as – Memorias de Antonia
Filming locations – Neuville-aux-Tourneurs, Belgium
Production companies – Bergen Prime Time Bard Entertainments
Budget – £1,500,000 (estimated)
Gross US & Canada – $4,228,275
Opening weekend US & Canada – $45,051 Feb 4, 1996
Gross worldwide – $4,249,321
Runtime – 1h 42min
Color – Color
Sound mix – Dolby Digital
Aspect ratio – 1.85 : 1


IMDb – 7.5/10
Vudu – 3.7/5
Rotten Tomatoes – 68%

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