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Colombia vivirá la marcha de los pingüinos

Desde ayer se puede ver en salas de nuestro país la película francesa La travesía del emperador o la marcha de los pingüinos, del director Luc Jacquet.

En el Polo Sur, la región más inhóspita y desolada de la tierra, se desarrolla esta historia de amor, coraje y aventura sobre el pingüino Emperador. Una historia extraordinaria escrita en un escenario creado por la naturaleza: la Antártida.

Hasta allá llegó el documentalista francés Luc Jacquet acompañado de un equipo de 4 personas que permanecieron 14 meses registrando cada segundo de la vida de esta especie única, monógama y tierna que cada año recorre cientos de kilómetros de invierno y peligros para sobrevivir, criar y alimentar a sus retoños.

"La travesía del emperador" ha sido la película más exitosa del cine francés en Estados Unidos, destronando éxitos internacionales como El quinto elemento y Amelie.

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