|Directed by||Michael Lange|
|Produced by||Daniela Taplin Lundberg
Ernst Etchie Stroh
|Written by||Caroline Doyle
|Editing by||Anita Brandt-Burgoyne|
|Distributed by||L'Intern LLC|
|Release dates||January 21, 2000|
|Running time||90 min.|
The 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 and Kathy Griffin. The film features multiple cameo appearances including Tommy Hilfiger, Kenneth Cole, Diane von Fürstenberg, Kevyn Aucoin, André Leon Talley, Paulina Porizkova, Samia Shoaib, and Gwyneth Paltrow.
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. When a spy begins to hand over Skirt's spreads and story ideas to its rival glossy, Vogue, Skirt magazine finds itself in a bind. Desperate to apprehend the spy and save the name of Skirt, Jocelyn makes it her mission. Along the way, she meets Paul Rochester (Ben Pullen), the British 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). Resin then dumps Paul for another model, and Paul and Jocelyn get engaged.
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