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Bravely greeting unknown forces

Filmmakers Gita Pullapilly and Aron Gaudet found the idea for ''The Way We Get By'' among the greeters at Bangor International Airport, where Bill Knight (right) greets troops returning home. With Knight one day was Sergeant Jennifer Paradis (left) of the Maine Army National Guard. Filmmakers Gita Pullapilly and Aron Gaudet found the idea for ''The Way We Get By'' among the greeters at Bangor International Airport, where Bill Knight (right) greets troops returning home. With Knight one day was Sergeant Jennifer Paradis (left) of the Maine Army National Guard. (Sean Cannell)
By Linda Matchan
Globe Staff / June 14, 2009

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Aron Gaudet had big dreams of being a filmmaker, but was stuck in a going-nowhere career. He desperately wanted to make documentary films; instead, he produced 30-second news and sports promos for TV stations around the country, including NESN in Boston. (Full article: 1037 words)

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