How much is money worth?
I did this with my slower-paced Algebra 1 classes about a month ago (October-ish). Most of my students really got into it, but we had to watch the video a few times for them to really hear it and understand the conversation. What was especially interesting was that we/they actually generated the tables on their own before using the student handout. We also inverted the second table, and did the totals before doing the "per coin," and added a discussion about using rounded values to round again and how we'd potentially lose money for rounding. (Would it balance? How much would it really matter? It was a nice feeder to the next part of the activity.) There's a movie with Catherine Zeta-Jones and Sean Connery (Entrapment?) about stealing "truncated values," and I'd love to add an excerpt of that to talk about how there is value in thousandths and ten-thousandths of cents. My kids picked right up on the difference between a penny and a cent, which was nice. I'd do this again, for sure. For the record, this was a 9th-grade Algebra 1 class for kids who take Algebra 1 split over two years. I do a fair amount of your lessons in different grades than you suggest, but they work and make math accessible for kids who often don't find that to be the case.
I was also talking with a colleague about Office Space and how the employees decide to get even by infecting Initech's accounting system with a computer virus designed to divert fractions of pennies into a bank account they control, transactions they believe are small enough to avoid detection, but which over time will result in a substantial amount of money. I'm wondering if this scene would be an interesting addition.