Life After Île Ste-Croix


The following review seeks to contribute to this burgeoninggenre by examining the 2005 documentary film Life After Île Ste-Croix, produced byRonald Rudin and directed by Leo Aristimuño.2While Life After Île Ste-Croixhasnumerous cinematic and aesthetic qualities, this review will focus primarily on itsscholarly and pedagogical merits. In so doing, it is hoped that this review will addanother voice to the academic debate surrounding the utility of films as a medium forinterpreting and conveying the past to scholars and general audiences alike.