Christian Alec’s review published on Letterboxd :
I do not know how to describe something like Antonia's Line. I'm no scholar in human sexuality, feminism or know the deeper meanings in all of this. However, the film itself, I liked...a lot. The fantasies of each girl through Antonia's line of strong women give this an escapist feel. We watch as Antonia and her daughter return home from WWII and almost with a new day, the little village turns into a modern town and Antonia's family grows even more. Antonia and her line are all strong women. Their smarts they know they have outweigh anything else. Even through the hard times they may face, in the end they still come together to celebrate each other and life. They have little to no shame how they make their lives and embrace what life had to offer.