Directed by Hector Olivera, Antigua, Vida Mia ("Antigua, My Life") explores concepts ranging from the pursuit of contentment among a spiritually bereft middle-class, the role of women in Argentinean society, and spousal abuse. The film begins with the arrest of Violeta Dasinski (Cecilia Roth), an Argentinean woman who has recently been arrested for murdering her husband Eduardo (Juan Leyrado). The sequence of events leading to the crime are revealed in flashback. Antigua, Vida Mia also features Ana Belen and Jorge Marrale.
~ Tracie Cooper, Rovi