Like a demographics whitepaper become animated, Nancy. The Intern tosses two of contemporary America’s greatest social powers against each other: quickly resigning boomers, as 70-year-old assistant Robert, and technically knowledgeable millennials, as his harried, mid 30s manager Anne Hathaway and her start-up loaded with young’uns. It opens with De Niro, as Brooklyn widower Whittaker, clarifying his circumstance in ungracefully basic voice-over: He’s resigned, he’s forlorn, he’s been attempting to fill his days with a horde of exercises, and he feels it’s the ideal opportunity for a change.
There’s a reason he’s as a rule so horrendously coordinate: This is a Meyers film. Be that as it may, there’s another reason, as well: We’re watching Ben’s application video for a senior assistant system at a hot new mold e-trade site called About the Fit.