Here’s how to shoot a sex comedy short film. Director Morgan Krantz’s Squeegee is simply hilarious. A high-powered female executive has an erotic rendezvous with a high-rise window-washer on opposite sides of her office window. Funny and poignant, “Squeegee” is an apt portrait of intimacy in the time of social distancing.
Morgan Krantz is an actor and filmmaker. He currently stars as a series regular on the hit Netflix show “In The Dark,” which was recently picked up for it’s 3rd season. Morgan has appeared on the TV series “Girls,” “House of Lies,” “New Girl,” “2 Broke Girls,” “Switched at Birth,” “The League,” “Get Shorty,” and more. Most recently, he completed a multi-episode arc on “Better Call Saul.” His feature film credits include “Shut Up & Drive” (Tribeca 2016), “XX” (Sundance 2017), “Softness of Bodies” (LAFF 2018), “Tone Deaf” (SXSW 2018), and “CHiPs,” directed by Dax Shepard.
Krantz’s breakthrough as a filmmaker was his short film “Babysitter,” which he wrote, produced, edited and directed. It premiered at SXSW Film Festival in 2015 where he was named by Indiewire as one of the festival’s breakout talents.