This Finnish-Irish co-production is by some of the same makers as Papa’s Boy. A community of penguins are used to traditional methods of fishing, but a pair of suave penguin businessmen arrive to propose a new method. A huge machine is installed, efficiently pumping fish out of the water until the tower of fish is so high that the ice begins to crack. This film provides an accessible way to discuss themes of sustainable development/climate change, and pairs well with some of the picturebooks in the corpus, including Free the Lines. The film concludes with a sense of equality and community between the penguins once the businessmen and their dangerous machines have been vanquished. This film can lead to important discussions about contemporary environmental issues: such as over-fishing, fracking, and the ethics of big business hegemony.