The recipe for successful leadership includes a dash of dedication, spoonful of selflessness and inches of innovation for starters. But we often forget that the best leaders need to be relatable, hence the need for an ample amount of approachability. So we did just this, a chit chat with Jaime to get to know him, his hobbies and land got to know a bit more about his life and leadership. Tell us one thing that you wish people knew about you apart from your title and background? I have had 11 different addresses Madrid 3 , Stockholm, Zurich 3 , Miami, Shanghai, and Detroit 2 which makes me a moving expert! More surprisingly perhaps is that I played drums in a band named Arrivederci Lola.
So what are the big theories going into the home stretch? We've sifted through a lot of them, and picked out five of the wildest, most entertaining, and most intriguing ideas out there. In no particular order: 1. Bran Stark is the Night King This is one of the most enduring theories, even though - or perhaps because - it has been so fulsomely disputed by actor Isaac Hempstead Wright, who plays him.
Surely enough, you can already go ahead to point at Taxi Driver when thinking about another film that explores how the corrupted environment has slowly destroyed the world of Travis Bickle the way that we knew it, but what Paul Schrader sets out for with Hardcore is something of another kind. George C. Scott stars as Jake Van Dorn, a conservative midwest business man who is the single parent of a son and a teenage daughter. One day, his daughter disappears out of nowhere as she goes on a church-sponsored trip to Los Angeles that he allowed her to take part in - only to have been discovered by her father after the discovery of a private eye played by Peter Boyle that she has also appeared in a pornographic film. But of course the sleazy nature of Hardcore would also say something more about Jake Van Horn himself than one would suspect, if anything else would ever make such a film leave you feeling shocked the more it goes on.