As the years go by, cars lose their curves, records lose their scratchy sound and homes lose their lace. Times change and so do we‒ all at one with our cultures, our aesthetics, our fashions. Change is a need. It's an unstoppable force, maybe, but it doesn't erase memory in its sweeping establishment.
Cinephiles love it, and so do artists and filmmakers. It has influenced the seventh art in an unlimited degree, as in relation to time and space so in relation to content and aesthetics. From the Danish Dogme 95 to New Hollywood, and from the idealistic revolution to the shooting innovation, the artistic impact of France's iconic cinema of the 60s is catholically deep and essential.
Let's stare at the beauty of the French New Wave through the films that mirror its visual style and character.