BÃ©atrice Thiriet is a French composer best known for her film music scores. Born on May 4, 1960, in Paris, France, she began to establish herself as a successful film music composer in the 1990s, most notably for her work on the award-winning film L'Ã‚ge des Possibles (1995). After the turn of the century, she composed music for numerous films directed by Marc Esposito, including Le Coeur des Hommes (2003), Toute le BeautÃ© du Monde (2005), and Le Coeur des Hommes 2 (2007). Other notable scores of hers include the award-winning film Lady Chatterley (2006) and the award-nominated Ceux Qui Restent (2007). ~ Jason Birchmeier, RoviPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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