We think of enterprise architecture as the process we use for fully describing and mapping business functionality and business requirements and relating them to information systems requirements.
It's pretty special coming back here - there is a strong family tradition - and to be honest, I'm a little overwhelmed at the attention,
GM is a highly collaborative organization; we rely on a whole tier of suppliers for everything that we do.
I have a short attention span.
I make a movie because it's something that inspires me.
We come from a tough, working class background, so we're very tight.
There's one great script that hit my desk that I didn't change at all, and that was True Romance.
It was just a different way of doing things, and I'm often criticized for attempting difference, which is misinterpreted as style over content.
In the biopic scripts, we did address heroin, which was part of her life. To tell you the honest truth, those scripts didn't work.
I thought that subtitles are boring because they're there generally to serve us with information to make you understand what people are saying in a different language.
We don't ever want IT to be the thing that holds GM back.
Domino never failed to surprise or inspire me over the last 12 years, ... She was a free spirit like no other I have ever known.
So I sort of thought, 'OK, well, seeing as we're not completely telling her story, it gives me a sort of freedom to actually do what I want.'
All my movies, like Revenge, are under two hours.
The world is sick of big IT things that don't work.
I think we're lucky because there are very few people in life who get to do what we're doing.
This project has now been with me for 12 years.
Out of the total of 11 movies, I got slammed.
I was always criticized for style and content, but I enjoy trying to tell stories a different way, particularly with this movie, Man On Fire.
Ridley and I talk every day. Our family is very close because we're from North England.
I never make a movie for my career.
A lot of actors talk about doing their homework, but very few of them do it.
I think these films are little creative diamonds that give directors a chance at fleshing out story, characters and visuals in a short form,
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