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TueNight 10: Sue Kramer

Quick Bio: Sue Kramer is an accomplished writer, director, producer and founder of connecting dots guru, a bespoke branding agency seen through a film director’s eyes. Her film Gray Matters (starring Heather Graham, Bridget Moynahan, Tom Cavanagh, Molly Shannon, Alan Cumming, and Sissy Spacek) is newly streamable on Amazon Prime.

Beyond the Bio: “Post 40 is the best time of my life. Post labor pain. Post divorce. Post insecure about most. It’s the dawning of the age of empowerment. I love being over 40 because I finally own myself and own my body! This is it. I’m much more confident about who I am in this world, where I fit in and what I have to offer. I’m also less shy to ask for things, both in business, emotionally and sexually.  Post 40 is not mid life crisis time, it’s actually time to move out of the carpool lane and put the pedal to the metal in the fast lane.”

1. On the nightstandThe Cost of Living by Deborah Levy, How to be Happy by Lama Zopa Rinpoche and G’morning G’night by Lin-Manuel Miranda, and Vanity Fair.

2. Can’t stop/won’t stop: Reveling over the film Roma! Binge-watching Killing EveA Very English Scandal, and Dr. Foster.

3. Jam of the minute: Phosphorescent’s new album: C’est La Vie (also my motto in life)

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