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Antonia's line is indeed a true celebration of life. A well crafted film.
It's a film with excellent narrative and a well-woven script. Like life, which does not resolve around one problem or one conflict or in fact one person, this film too does not hover around a conflict. Conflicts are born and they die. People are born and they die. The film is not a story of a person but of a village and a family.
Like life, which would be incomplete without others (people) in your life, even this film would be incomplete without the various characters in the film and their bond with each other. Marleen Gorris has proved herself as a genius at establishing characters and their relationships. All characters have their own identity and no two characters seem similar.
Moreover, the film is visually stunning and emotionally gripping. A must see!