Pocket Money

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Released 1976

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Director:
Francois Truffaut
Released:
1976
Rating:
PG
Pocket Money, also titled Small Change, is a 1976 French film written and directed by Francois Truffaut and starring George Desmouceaux, Philippe Goldmann, and Nicole Felix. In 1976 in the town of Thiers, France, the locals go about their lives in steadfast routine, bestowing their skills, love, and attention upon their children. The film consists of a series of short episodes featuring daily life in a small French town. Each vignette, however, is seen from the point of view of a child aged two weeks to fourteen years old. There is not one cohesive storyline to bond the film together, merely several small snapshots of life as a child. Many of the children have fairly easy, whimsical lives, but a few, however, struggle growing up within a family that is unsupportive. Haircuts, trouble with the opposite sex, and bouncing babies are a few examples of the drama that ensues in the small town of Thiers.

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