The mood of “The Assistant,” with its sparse soundtrack of copier machines, phones and dinging elevators, is deceptively banal. Yet I’ll bet any woman who’s served in a similar entry-level position will feel a depressing (if not rage-inducing) solidarity with Julia Garner’s downtrodden Jane.
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