89 Edit's Susan Munro Cuts To The Heart of the Matter In A Place To Live

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89 Edit's Susan Munro uses her intuitive cutting skills to deliver an emotive edit for director Carolyn Coal's A Place To Live, the acclaimed, eye-opening documentary about gay and lesbian senior citizens struggling to find a safe place to call home in their twilight years.

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The documentary charts the development, building and grand opening of Triangle Square in Hollywood, California, the nation's first affordable housing complex specifically designed for gay and lesbian senior citizens. It also reveals what it's like for gay men and women over the age of 55 by spotlighting the lives of several Triangle Square hopeful's that have entered a lottery and are hoping to win a spot in the unique housing complex.

"There is a housing crisis for gay and lesbian seniors in this country," says Munro. "It was an honor working with Carolyn to bring this issue to light. All too often gays and lesbians over the 55 feel invisible. This documentary changes that." A Place To Live won the audience award at this year's Outfest.

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Susan's most recent commercial endeavor is a Chevy Traverse spot featuring Mary J. Blige out of Sanders Wingo, directed by Believe's Bryan Barber.

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The Creds:

Director: Carolyn Coal
Producer(s): Cynthia Childs, Noam Dromi

Original Music: Marika Tjelios

Editor: Susan Munro
Asst. Editor: Andie Verbance

About 89 Edit:

89 Editorial, a bicoastal creative editorial & design company founded in 1994, has offices in the Chelsea neighborhood of NYC and Santa Monica, CA.

89 Editorial presents an award-winning editorial roster servicing leading advertisers and content creators worldwide at their state-of-the-art studios. The company, along with sister brand Headlight Design + Visual Effects, provides comprehensive servicing from rough-cut editorial through completion for TV commercials, music videos, emerging media, feature and long-format clientele. The two companies have collaborated on many recognized advertising efforts, most recently GEICO and Walmart for The Martin Agency, Olay for Saatchi and American Express for Ogilvy, NY amongst others.

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