Part of my 50 Documentaries to See Before You Die Challenge
I'm not sure what else to add to the reviews of March of the Penguins. It's beautiful, tragic, sweeping, epic, and its nature. Almost any type of political statement you would like to make concerning anything could find a route into this movie, from the imporance of a two parent household to global warming. So how about this - the landscape is cold and barren, yet somehow this species survives and thrives. Plus the chicks might be the cutest darn things in the world, and with the auroras overhead, the film is breathtaking.