I took in Robert DeNiro’s “The Intern” and for once, get to see a no frills wholesome family movie without the baloney we typically have to sit through. From the beginning, I was already trying to analyze what would happen next to find myself overly conditioned to think the worst. For example, I’m thinking Robert DeNiro was going to go toe to toe with the prospective CEO of the company he was interning for and get the position as a climax event of the plot. That never happened. I was delighted to realize that sometimes it’s best to sit back, relax, and just enjoy any moment I’m in. But, I’m a conspiracy theorist at heart and so….
Starting a new job can be a difficult challenge, especially if you’re already retired. Looking to get back into the game, 70-year-old widower Ben Whittaker (Robert De Niro) seizes the opportunity to become a senior intern at an online fashion site. Ben soon becomes popular with his younger co-workers, including Jules Ostin (Anne Hathaway), the boss and founder of the company. Whittaker’s charm, wisdom and sense of humor help him develop a special bond and growing friendship with Jules.
I decode films for the method by which they’re delivering a message, imprinting ideas, and that they’re directing people’s motivations through fictionalized inspiration. THE INTERN is no different although, again, I enjoyed a for the most part wholesome experience. Hollywood filming can be indoctrination at it’s most subtle yet notorious form. Regarding the film, I’ve concluded a basis for an analysis.
Basically what they’re doing is posturing woman dominance in the world of corporate structure because the movie plot was all about women making top decisions edging man to the subservient side. It was about stay at home daddies and in this case one who cheated on the wife. It included the idea that this nation is completely service based in which we not only provide for the needs of a material society in need of the material under slave circumstances, they glorified the slaves in scenes in which were not real… sweat shops made to appear appealing and attractive as a career.
They staged DeNiro as, Ben Whittaker, a motif of the Illuminati power position in a way that was much like the Howells in Gilligan’s Island. No, I’m not against women by a long distance… I point out what the the industry is doing as far as the shift from the patriarchal to the matriarchal. It’s a move synonymous with the placing people at heads of agencies such as that of Janet Napolitano, Hillary Clinton and the rest into power positions. An evil one is a person you’d never suspect…
Regina Dugan headed DARPA and now Google with Al Gore as senior adviser. Is she on your side? I didn’t think so. They’re evolving a mind set under a higher class of women to demonstrate an illustion that they’re in the same class although as the higher level “CEO” working woman. Anne Hathaway’s character in the film INTERSTELLAR was all too similar to Adolf Hitler which revolved about the principles of Project Paperclip.
(Above) Anne Hathaway’s appearance was no mistake the likeness of Adolf Hitler in the film INTERSTELLAR.
There is a scene in which Jules Ostin played by, Anne Hathaway, is under duress about having to submit to hiring a CEO, a husband who’s cheating on her. Taking a business trip with her “intern”, the two end up in the hotel room together laying down on the same bed in an intimate discussion. A 70 year old and a striking woman who is at the moment, vulnerable. What does that tell us? No sex or intimacy occur, but the message is perhaps a trusting message that one may allow the powers that be into your own bed as if it is safe to do so. The movie was about respect, appropriate behavior, and manners. Minus the particulars, the suggestive scene promotes the age beside mannerisms, “telling secrets in bed” which on the surface seems innocent. This has nothing to do with thinking prudish… it has to do with the mechanism by which the secret societies operate and con people into divulging themselves while being indulgent.
When he objected to a line of relentless questioning from interviewer Emma Brockes, De Niro was unhappy with a suggestion that Tribeca, home to the New York film festival he co-founded, had been overrun by bankers, and Brock’s question about how he avoids falling into “autopilot” mode on set was an action ironically opposite the theme of the film THE INTERN. This clearly demonstrates the actual real life persona switch of the genders in which DeNiro would not submit and in all fairness, refused to partake in an event that he felt was inappropriate. His advice/action off and on screen held power.
Many such scenes from film and television are written similarly, but it was in EYES WIDE SHUT (left) that Kubrick descriptively with purpose illustrated how sexually motivated a man can be. Men are using bold self assured approaches which are absolutely inappropriate in society, especially against women. It was when Tom Cruise and his wife attend a party in which she’s alone and approached by a an elite guest tries to sweet talk her into casual sex knowing full well she’s married.. and to whom. It actually made me uneasy.
I did enjoy the The Intern. I even got emotional believe it or not. I’ve learned to appreciate that which is meant to be not so innocent.