Antonia is old and looks back on her life and the women she met and lived with. Immediately after World War II, she arrives with a teenage daughter in tow to the family farm outside a village in the Dutch countryside. It's a harsh existence, but they manage to farm the land and make ends meet. Eventually they bring in some wind-driven existences that are also given an opportunity to live and grow and leave their shattered lives behind them. Antonia's line is a story about life and people which won an Oscar for best foreign film in 1996. Filmsöndag's Fredrik Fyhr writes that "It's a movie that finds a simple, obvious harmony in life - crashing and factual but full of solidarity and love, drowned in a romantic and picturesque setting that almost, but only almost, makes the tale too good to be true. "