The Intern (2000 Film)
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The Intern 2000 Film
Intern
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Directed byMichael Lange
Produced byDaniela Taplin Lundberg
Galt Niederhoffer
Ernst Etchie Stroh
Written byCaroline Doyle
Jill Kopelman
StarringDominique Swain
Ben Pullen
Joan Rivers
Peggy Lipton
Kathy Griffin
Billy Porter
Anna Levine
Paulina Porizkova
Music byJimmy Harry
CinematographyRodney Charters
Edited byAnita Brandt-Burgoyne
Distributed byL'Intern LLC
Release date
  • January 21, 2000 (2000-01-21)
Running time
90 minutes
LanguageEnglish

Intern is a 2000 comedy satire film directed by Michael Lange about the shallow world of fashion magazines. It stars Dominique Swain, Joan Rivers, Peggy Lipton, Paulina Porizkova and Kathy Griffin. The film features multiple cameo appearances including Tommy Hilfiger, Kenneth Cole, Diane von Fürstenberg, Kevyn Aucoin, André Leon Talley, Samia Shoaib, and Gwyneth Paltrow.[1]

Plot

The plot centers around Jocelyn Bennett (Swain), an intern at the fictional New York City magazine, Skirt. Horribly mistreated, overworked, and underpaid, Jocelyn lives for Skirt, especially the photo spreads. However, a spy begins to hand over Skirt's spreads and story ideas to its rival glossy, Vogue. Skirt magazine finds itself in a bind and some people begin speculating who the infiltrator might be. After some fingers begin to point at Jocelyn, she seeks to apprehend the spy and clear her name. Along the way, she meets Paul Rochester (Ben Pullen), the British deputy art director at Skirt, with whom she has much in common. When she finds herself falling in love, one thing stands in her way: Paul's supermodel girlfriend, Resin (Leilani Bishop). Jocelyn continues to search for the spy but several obstacles stand in her way including Art Director Sebastian Niedarfarb (Billy Porter) who believed she is the spy. However, as she begins to climb the rank, she begins to stand out to the editors who realize her potential, though they quickly forget it. To make Paul jealous, she starts dating a photo shoot tech named Alex, though the relationship doesn't last. Jocelyn later learns that Resin is only dating Paul because he is related to Prince Charles. Soon after, the spy is apprehended. For her work, Jocelyn is made an assistant, on staff, and finally gets better treatment from her colleagues. During a party thrown by Skirt, Resin dumps Paul for another model, and Paul and Jocelyn get engaged.[2] The film shows the happy couple two years later being shown on a PBS tour done by the newest intern at Skirt. Jocelyn has been made the photo editor at the magazine and Paul accomplished his dream of becoming a famous artist. They are set to be married in a few months.

Cast

Dominique Swain - Jocelyn Bennett (Intern at Skirt, later Photo Editor)

Ben Pullen - Paul Rochester (Deputy Art Director at Skirt)

Leilani Bishop - Resin (Model for Skirt)

Peggy Lipton - Roxanne Rochet (Fashion Editor at Skirt)

Paulina Porizkova - Chi Chi Chemise (Shoe Editor at Skirt)

Billy Porter - Sebastian Niederfarb (Art Director at Skirt)

Kathy Griffin - Cornelia Crisp(Hair Editor at Skirt)

Anna Levine - Antoinette De la Paix (Beauty Editor at Skirt)

Joan Rivers - Dolly Bellows (Creative Director at Skirt)

References

  1. ^ "The Intern R2 - United Kingdom - Network". dvdcompare.net. Retrieved .
  2. ^ "The Intern 2000 Directed by Michael Lange". letterboxd.com. Retrieved .

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