"The best film of 1976! Magical… Truffaut at his best."- Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-TimesNew 35mm print! Too long absent from the big screen, SMALL CHANGE is one of Truffaut’s most poetic and personal films, a radiant celebration of the world of childhood. Through a series of loosely connected vignettes in a small city in southern France, a group of children, from infants to adolescents, experience the joys and trials of being young. “Children exist in a state of grace,” as a young mother observes. “They pass untouched through dangers that would destroy an adult.”“A comedy, a romance, a mystery — in a word: childhood — captured, distilled, and transformed effortlessly from sketchbook to symphony in the hands of a master named Francois Truffaut.” – Wes Anderson“[A] rarity — a poetic comedy that’s really funny. Truffaut’s deadpan, disjointed style is quicker and surer than ever before.” – Pauline KaelMoreOfficial Website
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