The Way We Get By (2009)
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Critic Reviews for The Way We Get By
It is straightforward work. Yet over time, it becomes clearly, steadfastly about the existential.
Watching them issue hugs produces an involuntary response. You want to hug them, too.
Although it has affecting moments, the film can't quite decide whether it's about aging or about the effects of war on the home front, and its modest scale is more appropriate for TV than the big screen.
Aron Gaudet's film rages with quiet dignity against the dying of the light.
Audience Reviews for The Way We Get By
This is a beautiful and simple movie about ordinary heroes. This is a wonderful movie about a group Bangor, Maine residents welcome over 700,000 American troops going to and returning from Afghanistan and/or Iraq. The movie focuses on Bill Knight, Joan Guadet and Jerry Mundy. Regardless of the time or their various handicaps, they take time out of their days to welcome the troops through one of the busiest military interchanges entering into and leaving the United States. This is either the last stop as the troops head out of the country, or the first place they get to before they head home. This is not a political movie. It's a beautiful movie about life, death, people, relationships and a great movie to watch on Memorial Day weekend.
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