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The American-born youths check out some of the footage taken during their trip last summer to visit relatives in Guatemala. (Photo by Bea Gallardo)

Family reunion: Documentary filmmaker focuses on immigrant project

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WORTHINGTON — Even though he’d filmed until late Sunday night, Luis Argueta was up before the sun Monday morning, hoping to get a shot he’d envisioned as part of his documentary. The early wake-up call was worth it, as he found a few geese on a small pond he’d scouted earlier.

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