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Directed by Nancy Meyers, The Intern is the story tells about Ben Whitaker, a retired executive at a phone directory company, applies to a senior citizen intern program. Jules Ostin, the founder and CEO of About the Fit, an e-commerce fashion company, agrees to a community outreach program where seniors will intern at the firm.
The Intern has a broader appeal with a cross-generation story staring Anne Hathaway and Robert De Niro, but it retains Meyer's warm tone, upper-middle setting and dedication to immaculately decorated homes.
In keeping everything so polite, The Intern, while being a pleasant and watchable movie, is also entirely ephemeral. Maybe that's why, like Meyers' other films, The Intern will likely be so re-watchable, too.
There's something powerful in that, in the simple fact that The Intern is so sympathetic to its older character-so resolutely on the side of a person who might, in other contexts, be dismissed or ignored or, as is so often the case, invisible.