Intern is a film from 2000 satirizing the world of high fashion and its magazines. The film follows Jocelyn Benet (Dominique Swain) as she begins an internship at ultra-hip fashion magazine Skirt. She quickly learns to jump at the demands of a prissy model (supermodel Paulina Porizkova) and high-strung editors like Dolly Bellows (Joan Rivers) and Cornelia Crisp (Kathy Griffin) who need everything five minutes ago. Jocelyn holds on hoping to do an impressive enough job to move up to a job at the magazine with a paycheck. Stoking her desire to stay at Skirt is the presence of handsome, British assistant art director Ben Pullen (Paul Rochester). While going about her many tasks and nursing her crush on Ben, Jocelyn tries to make her name by finding the mole at the magazine feeding information to rival, Vogue. Populated by familiar faces from fashion and publishing, Intern is a romantic comedy with a razor-sharp satirical edge.