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Settling the Score (2005)

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The winner of Turner Classic Movies' 5th Annual Young Composers Competition is chosen from the top five contenders, and is exposed here in this documentary, as well as his winning score. ... See full summary »

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The winner of Turner Classic Movies' 5th Annual Young Composers Competition is chosen from the top five contenders, and is exposed here in this documentary, as well as his winning score. Now he must score his first feature-length film under a bit of pressure to get it done in just over 70 days. Written by Rhyl Donnelly

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