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Antonia (Antonia's Line) (1995)

Directed by Marleen Gorris. Cast: Willeke van Ammelrooy, Els Dottermans, Jan Decleir. Set in the Netherlands this is a remarkable portrait of a family and a community, of mothers and daughters, and of one indomitable woman. Earthy, sexy, romantic, filled with laughter and warmth, it's a joyous celebration of simple pleasures and enduring passions. 102 min. Online Access through LFLFC and Kanopy ; Credits and other information from the Internet Movie Database
Awards
Academy Award - Best Foreign Language

FilmR eviews and articles:
Gillett, Sue. "Just Women: Marlene Gorris's Antonia's Line." Senses of Cinema, vol. 17, pp. (no pagination), November 2001 Full-text of this article / review is available
Jaehne, Karen. "Antonia's Line." Film Quarterly 50.n1 (Fall 1996): 27(4). Full-text of this article / review is available:UC users only
Keller, James R. "Dreaming of the Pure Vegetable Kingdom: Ecofeminism and Agriculture in A Thousand Acres and Antonia's Line." In: Food, film and culture : a genre study Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland & Co., c2006. (MAIN: PN1995.9.F65 K45 2006)
Sellery, J'Nan Morse. "Women's communities and the magical realist gaze of Antonia's Line." West Virginia University Philological Papers (Fall 2001): 115(10). Full-text of this article / review is available:UC users only
Sklar, Robert. "Marlene Gorris: The Lighter Side of Feminism." In: The Cineaste interviews 2 : on the art and politics of the cinema / Gary Crowdus, Dan Georgakas. Chicago : Lake View Press, c2002. (Main Stack PN1998.2.C51 2002; PFA PN1998.2.C51 2002)
Spencer, Liese. "Antonia's line/Antonia." Sight and Sound 6.n9 (Sept 1996): 34(2).

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