Here’s a movie everyone should see. Kids will love it because the penguins are adorable. Nature enthusiasts will love it because of the beautiful shots of the Antartic. Others will love it for its informative nature. Even if you don’t fit into one of those categories, I can still guarantee that you will not be disappointed if you watch this movie.
The movie isn’t simply a documentary about penguin life. It’s about love surviving in the harshest of environments. It’s about the survival of a family, and the losses some endure. It’s about the creating of new life, and embarking on an incredible journey.
I have newfound respect for those little tuxedo-wearing birds. They survive in 80 degrees below zero weather, not to mention the 100-mile per hour winds. Their ancient rituals and processes are truly amazing to watch. The slightest slip, and all is lost.
This movie was beautifully filmed and exposes the caring, nurturing nature of the majestic Emperor Penguins. Also, I should note, Morgan Freeman’s voice is soothing and seems the most natural choice to narrate the American version of the film.
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