Whoever said cartoons are for kids surely hasn't seen Les Triplettes De Belleville. After making a gigantic splash around the festival circuit, this quirky little fable was released to rave reviews and much buzz amongst movie buffs. While the animation is a great throwback to classic cartoons of the fifties, the film wouldn't be half as enjoyable without this "oh so Parisian" score by Charest. With tracks like the woodwind infused "Theme Bruno", the fabulous "Cabaret Aspirateur" and of course title tune (sung by -M- in both English and French), this is one of the most amusing, hum-able soundtracks to hit the shelves in recent months. "C'est bon" would be the best way to express my appreciation for this happy go lucky taste of French culture through music.