March of the Penguins ( 2005 )


Every year, thousands of Antarctica's emperor penguins make an astonishing journey to breed their young. They walk, marching day and night in single file 70 miles into the darkest, driest and coldest continent on Earth. This amazing, true-life tale is touched with humour and alive with thrills. Breathtaking photography captures the transcendent beauty and staggering drama of devoted parent penguins who, in the fierce polar winter, take turns guarding their egg and trekking to the ocean in search of food. Predators hunt them, storms lash them. But the safety of their adorable chicks makes it all worthwhile. So follow the leader... to adventure!!

The penguins' challenging journey and their determination to survive and care for their young exemplify perseverance.

The journey and the harsh conditions require immense courage from the penguins.

The penguins display great bravery in the face of harsh Antarctic conditions.

Penguins work together to survive the extreme environment, showcasing the importance of teamwork.

Parental responsibility is depicted as the penguins care for their eggs and chicks.


The film highlights the strong bond and care between the penguin parents and their offspring.

The film encourages respect for nature and the animals' incredible life cycle.

fear 3/10

Predatory threats and the challenging survival conditions faced by the penguins could be unsettling for young viewers.

dark 2/10

Some scenes involve harsh winter conditions and predation in the animal kingdom.

violence 2/10

Natural predation is depicted, which might be disturbing to sensitive viewers.