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Happy Feet

Happy Feet
Happy Feet

Film Details

Year

2006

Duration

109 minutes

Genres

Animation, Family, Musicals

Language

English


Synopsis

Within the animal kingdom, male emperor penguins attract mates by singing a unique ‘heartsong’ to the females of their species. In this story, a young penguin called Mumble is unable to sing but instead has a gift for tap dancing. His mother thinks his ability is cute, but his father is not so impressed and they worry that he will struggle to find true love without a heartsong. Noah, who is the stern leader of their land, thinks Mumble’s quirk is just too different and casts him out of the community. Away from home for the first time, Mumble meets a whole range of characters – including penguins very different from those he knows – as he seeks to understand his place in the world. 

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U Classification

Contains scary moments.

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