The Perfect Assistant

Synopsis: CEO David Wescott greatly appreciates his trusted office assistant Rachel Parsons's efforts to help out in the Wescott household too when he loses his wife, leaving his child semi-orphaned after an ailing disease. Rachel stops at nothing to make herself seem indispensable in both spheres, aiming for her boss's exclusive attention. She's confident a business trip to New York provides the perfect opportunity for her to propose, but realizing she schemed to intrude his intimacy, he puts her in her place, planting the seed for spiteful revenge at a corporate dinner.
91 min

Excuse me? David Wescott. My wife,

Carol Wescott, are now brought here.

Excuse me, please ...

- Yes, ma'am, we are sorry we are busy.

- No posjeujem.

- Called the emergency here.

- Sir, you will have to wait a little.

OK, bring it and we'll see what do we.

Yes, I understand, bring it, that's OK.


Can I popriam with you?

- Nora, ajde propustit we'll start the movie.

- I will not watch it.

Rachel, you need to proba,

great for getting to know the boys.

- Where are we naoale?

- We already told you I do not want to. Let's go.

- Prijavit and I'll see you like you will be.

- OK, let's go, We're gonna be late.

I think that the above.

You are so boring. You have 2 minutes.

We already have 30 years, you need as soon as possible

the uda while still able to have children.

You worry about yourself, Nora.


I have to report.

- Hi, David.

- Rachel, I'm sorry you call late.

In the hospital I, Carol is povrijeena.

SIPA is himself a cup of coffee

and only onesvijestila.

This is terrible.

I am sorry to smetam but can you call John Pricea and let doe at a meeting in a while?

Ok. I have a number, I'll go

and I'll tell him what's going on.

I call Judith must know about the change?

- Ddoe tomorrow I change the schedule of the day,

because I will not come .- OK. something to do?

No, I called Carolina, relatives,


But just coming tomorrow to help Isabelle.

- Is it you?

- Yes. Everything happened at once,

I could see that down.

Sleeping, thank you very much.

Not on anything, I hope

that will be good side.

What's happening?

I can not in the cinema.

I have the office.

- Poi'm going with you so that we can arrive at the show in half 11 - No. This will take the whole dinner.

Are there things in this job that my

barefoot only entrusts me. I need him.

For heaven's sake. Can not

watching a film for a second dinner.

Good. Maybe we can on Wednesday uveer

dark and eat something, you mean?

- This is Judith. Leave a message.

- Hey, I am, Rachel.

Probably you have heard from David that

Carol in the hospital and not come to work.

John Stories tomorrow we will send a schedule

and I'll send you an e-mail, see you tomorrow. Hi.


- Hello.

- Rachel? What are you doing here?

I am not able now to leave.

Behold, what love coffee.

Talking with John, I Stories,

he said happily. How is it?

On intensive care is

ekamo results of some tests.

- See who's here.

- Hello.

Hi, Rachel.

Thank you.

- You have to doe.

- Come on.

We've worked together 3 years.

We are like family.

Tired you are, right?

Why do not you da to bring home?

Potrudit'm going to go to school in the morning.

OK, Rachel, and will take

home, only to give the key.

- We already have an remember.

- Yes.

- OK. Thank you very much.

- Hi, Dad.

I do not know what I would without you,

Rachel? Good night, sweetheart.

Good night, Dad.


Do you off jacket.

- OK.

- 'I'm tired.

You will be better, and you spavat

and will not hurt oi.

- Who is it?

- Lord. Mugs.

Lord. Mugs? I'm glad I

you know, sir. Mugs.

You want to do me a favor and

pazi to Isabelle for me?

Want? Thanks, you have a lot of good.

Rachel, hoe you mom die?

Doctors are good care

about it, you do not have to brine.

Naspavaj be.

Good night.

You have sree, Carol.

Camping Site, Isin birthday,

Isino roenje ...

Summer picnic.

Scroll back a bit.

- What's up for a little supper?

- We have a chicken.

- Water.

- Isi, this is your mom saved.

- For Mom.

- For Mom.

- I love you, Carol.

- I love you, mom.

I love you, David.

- Why are you today took to school sir. Mugs?

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