Duck Duck Goose

Duck Duck Goose
Duck Duck Goose

Year

2018

Duration

91 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Animation, Comedy, Family

Language

English

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Synopsis

Peng is a carefree bachelor goose who acts superior to those around him, believing to know better than his fellow geese who are intent on practicing for their upcoming migration. Rather than taking part, Peng is too busy attempting to pull off crazy stunts at high speeds. During one such stunt, he injures his wing after flying too close to the ground and crashes into a flock of ducklings, separating siblings Chao and Chi from the rest of the group. Peng teams up with the brother and sister to form a family unit of their own as they journey south, leading to Peng learning more about community and responsibility in this comedic family animation.

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PG Classification

Mild threat, rude humour.

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