Boudu Saved from Drowning (1932)
based on the same play
director Gérard Jugnot said his movie was a "new version" of Renoir's
In both movies we see Michel Simon getting his hair cut by a dog clipper.
While being disguised as a drunk tramp, Belmondo imitates Michel Simon's typical tone of voice and acting gimmicks in the movie, hence paying tribute to his iconic pair.
Gene Siskel notes that "Down and Out in Beverly Hills" (1986) owes a debt to this movie.
The "destitute man is killed, brought to live with rich family" plot comes from this film, as is much of the drowning element of the plot.
Scenes are shown and discussed by Jean Renoir.
Features the early part of the film with Boudu as one of the character of The Tulse Luper Suitcases.