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Thumbnail for Small Change (1976) Small Change (1976)

Basics Critics:78Viewers:70Rusty:77
Category: Comedy, DramaNotable as: World cinemaSub-Category: World cinema, Comedy, DramaRuntime: 104 - 105 minutesColor: colorLanguage: FrenchCountry: FranceDirector: François TruffautScreenwriter: François Truffaut, Suzanne SchiffmanMusic: Maurice JaubertCinematography: Pierre-William GlennStars: Nicole Félix, Chantal Mercier, Jean-François Stévenin, Virginie Thévenet, Tania Torrens, Sylvie Grezel, Richard Golfier, Pascale Bruchon Producer: François TruffautAward nominations: Golden Globe Award for Best Foreign Language FilmAward details: (details at IMDb)
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Small Change is a 1976 French film directed by François Truffaut. The title translates to "Pocket Money" from French, but since there was a Paul Newman movie called Pocket Money, Steven Spielberg suggested the title Small Change for US release. In English-speaking countries outside North America the film is known as "Pocket Money". The film had a total of 1,810,280 admissions in France, making it one of Truffaut's most successful films.


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