This new film about Penguins is not better and certainly not worst than the many other Penguin films which have recently hit the screen.
In this case a Penguin who is named Steve is followed through a year of activity. Beginning with his return to Antarctica from the ocean in Spring, looking for a place to build a nest, mating, and having little penguins with his mate who is called Adelie. Later feeding the little ones becomes the parent’s main occupation, they go to the sea digest fish and regurgitate the food for the offspring to feed on. Eventually as the season’s change the parents must lead the little ones to the safety of the ocean before it freezes over and before the seals and of killer whales can grab them for food.
Watching Steve and following what is pretended to be his thoughts as he shuffles along the land down below provides a pleasant easy going and visually attractive film to watch.
The out takes at the end are as fascinating as the film, because we are able to see the difficulty and determination of the filming team who were required to sustain the cold at the bottom of the Earth same as the Penguins.
Penguins is a sweet pleasant interesting experience.