Peter and the Penny

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Peter and the Penny (French: Pierre et le Sou) is a 2005 short fiction film by Quebec films directors Denys Desjardins and Stéphane Thibault.


Peter is celebrating his 50th birthday. An opportunity to share their love and appreciation, his family unites to mark the occasion…and to loot his piggy bank. According to Peter's relatives, a rare American penny worth a fortune is hidden inside his coin collection. But intellectually challenged since birth and contrary to his siblings, Peter doesn’t care to pad his bank account. Inspired by a true story and starring the protagonist himself.


  • Awarded Best Short 2006 at Festival Images en vues.