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March of the Penguins

Billed as a love story in "the harshest place on earth," this is actually a National Geographic–style study of Antarctica's oldest inhabitants—emperor penguins—during their winter mating season. Director Luc Jacquet tracks a deadly dance of life at the edge of the world, with exquisite footage of a beautiful, forbidding locale that most of us will never visit. An accessible score and Morgan Freeman's avuncular narration make this march family-friendly, too. Birth, death, romance, danger: All play a role in Jacquet's homage to a remarkably endearing creature.

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Rated: G
Release date: Friday June 24 2005
Duration: 80 mins

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Director: Luc Jacquet
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