Landscape through innocent eyes: French New Wave cinema reasserted through Post-Colonial Film

The concept of innocence, according to the Oxford English Dictionary, is recognised by a ‘freedom from sin, guilt, or moral wrong in general; the state of being untainted with, or unacquainted with, evil; moral purity’.[1] Virtuous nature is often associated with children, as they are ultimately perceived to be free from corruption. This notion has… Read More Landscape through innocent eyes: French New Wave cinema reasserted through Post-Colonial Film