Homesex movieThe Intern (I) (2015) Movie Sex & Nudity

The Intern (I) (2015) Movie Sex & Nudity

A man says ‘let’s do this another night’ Suggestive
A woman is touching a man, of roughly the same age, inappropriately at the workplace, during a massage.
A woman gives a man a Suggestive Massage and he gets visibly aroused.
Frequent kissing from couples, but lasts for very short time. The longest one is about 8-10 seconds

A married man is SEEN having an affair, this is later discussed. No nudity.



Film review:Translated by XX www.rabudo-ru.com


The setting of this story attracted me very much. When I first came out of the theater, countless friends who read the film couldn’t help saying,

“I seem to have never seen such a setting.”

Novel, this is the most distinctive feeling left by this film under the shell of American comedy.

But where is it new? The match between an old gentleman and a young queen is not uncommon. Lost in Tokyo, growth education, and even beauty have similar settings. The “new” I saw is also the most touching point of the film, which is the display of the young state of the 70 year old.

Think about how much of Ben’s past is mentioned in this film? The past work and dead wife were explained in a very small space, which was never the focus. On the contrary, it gives a new side: do people at the age of 70 have to live with the past? Can’t you have a new start?

Looking at Ben’s internship career, is it very different from when we first started our internship at the age of 20? Know a new company, make new friends, slowly start your own work, win the trust of your boss… Even write a new love song in the company. It’s like what we experienced when we first entered the society. Everything is new and unknown. It has nothing to do with whether he is old or not. His enthusiasm for life makes him still explore the new world like a young man.

In the film, a good image is selected to represent the “new world”, that is the Internet. This is really the area that people in the past can’t understand and need to spend time integrating into.

Therefore, such a young Ben, coupled with Jules, who represents Internet women in the new era, can produce such a novel spark.

Of course, Ben became Jules’ life mentor after becoming familiar with the environment because of his rich life experience. This line is almost an inevitable development trend in the film. I regret that I didn’t see Ben’s own defects, let alone the follow-up development of several other elderly interns. Is a good Ben a special case? Or do other people with rich experience do the same? The film seems to give a hint that when another old intern helped Jules drive like a chicken flying dog – but the “experience never gets old” on the poster is a very common view. Like “you have more salt than I have eaten rice”, experience is always a wealth.

I have several favorite moments in the film. In script analysis, we call the moment when the audience / character suddenly realizes something “beat”.

1. “They bought the red brick factory on the corner”

In the middle of the film, Jules works late, while Ben is still working overtime with his boss. Jules couldn’t bear it and took pizza to get close to Ben. They talked about Ben’s past.

Suddenly, Jules mentioned the location of the company. It turned out to be a printing factory.

The next second, there was something connected in her mind!

“No…”

It turned out that the printing factory where Ben had worked for 40 years was the place bought by Jules company.

At that moment, I couldn’t help crying. Because Jules and I understood it at the same time, this moment happened quite naturally. There was neither too much foreshadowing nor deliberate emphasis on information such as [Ben’s printing factory closed down after 40 years].

I just recall that at the beginning of the film, when Ben saw the recruitment notice and chatted with his girlfriend, he was so sure where he came from. The girlfriend inadvertently said, “ah, it’s them. They bought the red brick factory on the corner.” Ben seemed thoughtful.

Then Ben was preparing for the recruitment with determination. Originally, I thought this was just the passion of the lonely old man’s love for life (indeed, it was also a part). Now I found that the original things were more complex, and Ben’s image suddenly became more three-dimensional and positive.

Imagine that you have replaced most of the most precious objects in your life in the torrent of the times. Will you subconsciously hate it?

And Ben, he accepted it lightly and went head-on – I should like to see what the “new world” in that place is like now!

2. “What do you want to say to me?”

The biggest turning point of the plot happened when Ben found Jules’s husband cheating.

But this is not the beat.

Ben became weird because he found something he shouldn’t have found. The smart Jules naturally saw something wrong at a glance.

On the plane, I couldn’t help asking him, “what do you want to say to me?”

Like a woman’s sixth sense.

And she knew it.

When Ben was still hesitant to tell her, Jules said frankly, “my husband cheated.”

Here, the beat expected by the audience of “how Jules will react when Ben tells Jules” is suddenly transformed into “Jules knew everything before Ben found out!” Beat.

We were placed in Ben’s position again.

Only then did she find that she wanted to solve her marriage crisis alone. Even if she found another CEO to supervise herself and take away the company like her baby children, she just wanted to get a chance for family harmony.

I found that every time she went to kindergarten to face other parents, she was in a complicated state.

Only to find that she asked her husband to accompany her on a business trip, but her husband seriously said that he had something to do in the kindergarten.

Very natural, just like the real one we will do.

This beat finally runs through the line of Jules in the whole play, “accept to find a CEO” – “because I want to save the family” – “find a seemingly suitable CEO” – “disobey my heart and give up my beloved career because of the family?” – “No.”

3. Another favorite little beat is the moment when Jules’s assistant burst into tears after Ben was promoted.

The audience began to look at her and found that the 24-year-old girl with quick work really burst her pressure gauge.

She worked so hard that she didn’t get the boss’s real trust.

It’s like you haven’t faced up to this supporting role.

Her boss didn’t realize it.

This little detail really makes me feel that the director is full of human care.

Unfortunately, the end of the story is a little hasty. It’s always too simple to rely on her husband’s apology speech to solve Jules’s biggest contradiction.

However, this utopia full of fairy tale color needs a happy ending.

In order to dispel this unreal happy ending, the director asked Ben to play Tai Chi with Jules at the end, just as at the beginning of the film.

Liangyi begets four elephants, and four elephants begets eight trigrams.

The contradiction between yin and Yang goes back and forth.

The world that began at the age of 70 is no different from the world that began at the age of 20.

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