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Jérôme Rebotier

Jérôme Rebotier is a composer, known for Paris, je t'aime (2006), What's in a Name? (2012) and Carnage (2002). See full bio »

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Known For

Paris, je t'aime Soundtrack
(2006)
(2012)
Carnage Composer
(2002)
The Mole Composer
(2011)

Filmography

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 2019 A Son of Man
 2018 Slavery Routes (TV Mini-Series documentary) (original music by)
 2017 Sahara
 2016 Please Love Me Forever (Short)
 2012 Histoire immédiate (TV Series documentary) (1 episode)
 2011 The Mole
 2011 Dans la peau d'une grande (TV Movie)
 2008 Animal singulier (Short)
 2008 Les randonneurs à Saint-Tropez (as Labo Orchestra)
 2006 The Jungle
 2006 Mentir un peu (TV Movie)
 2005 Venus and Apollo (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Soin conjugal (2005) ... (series original music by)
 2004 Les falbalas de Jean-Paul Gaultier (TV Movie documentary)
 2002 Nearest to Heaven (as Jérôme Robotier)
 2002 Carnage (as 'Labo Orchestra' with David Hadjadj)
 1999 A Castle in Spain (Short)
 1999 The Andalusian Piranha (Short)
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Alternate Names:

'Labo Orchestra' with David Hadjadj | Labo Orchestra | Jérôme Robotier
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He composed the music of "L'agitateur" sung by Jean-Pascal Lacoste of 'Star Academy' (2001), which sold over 700,000 copies in Europe. See more »

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