Back in Cinemas: Boudu Saved From Drowning (Jean Renoir, 1932)

Stumbling shambolically back onto cinema screens this month is Michel Simon’s iconic portrayal of that terrible tramp Boudu. With his raison d’être that no mischief should be left unmade, Emma Simmonds finds herself charmed and highly amused by this fish-out-of-water. In Jean Renoir’s broad satire, based on René Fauchois’ comic drama, Michel Simon (who also […]