Shot in the streets of San Francisco, the high-rises of Tokyo, the wilds of Mongolia and the deserts of Namibia, this family-friendly documentary chronicles the first year in the life of four babies. It isn't wildly educational. At that age--no matter what culture they hail from--babies pretty much just drool, pee and suck on the boob. Although it doesn't advance a sentiment any larger than, "Babies are cute all over the world," the film does manage to capture a few precious moments. 79 minutes PG.