Sparkling diamonds, their value running into millions,
are giving Hatton Garden sleepless nights.
With London now a world centre for diamonds,
jewel bandits have made this city thoroughfare
their favourite target.
There have been widespread thefts of precious stones
worth hundreds of thousands.
To foil the thieves,
Hatton Garden now has its own giant strong room,
available to every jewel merchant in the district.
The problem with gold is the effect it has on people.
Drives them crazy.
I blame the Old Testament.
I've been stocktaking.
Rounding up the scraps, putting them to good use.
I always find gold a bit vulgar.
Silver's more discreet.
Let me tell you something: over the years,
I have made more money out of gold
than all the great train robbers put together.
I want you to stay out of mischief.
What have you got to prove?
You remember when we used to meet at the Savoy?
Then we used to have dinner.
On Jermyn Street at Wiltons.
All that green velvet.
Ooh, I've got an idea.
Why don't you have a lovely glass of white wine?
Just for old times' sake.
Not for me.
I just want to keep fresh for the hospital tomorrow.
That crème brûlée at Wiltons.
That was like losing my virginity.
I remember you losing your virginity.
Like V-E Day.
I'll just be a moment.
you see, Terry,
that, believe it or not, is a Roman Candle.
Now, here we've got a load of what's known as cakes.
This also includes Roman Candles.
Just say "fireworks, assorted, very loud".
- Why complicate it? - It don't work like that no more, Terry.
Stuff used to fall off the back of a lorry.
You could sell it on, no questions asked.
Nowadays everybody wants a guarantee.
Sell them on the internet.
Terry, I'm having no truck with internet shopping.
How the fuck you supposed to fiddle
somebody over the fucking internet?
If you can't hold it in your hand, it ain't worth nicking.
The trouble is, Terry, I've got no security.
What have I got to fall back on when I retire?
I haven't got a proper job like you have, Terry.
Just do it, Terry!
It's really busy. I don't have time for this.
We take the matter of outstanding debt very seriously here.
- So... - Yes.
I'm afraid if you can't guarantee you
don't have outstanding loans elsewhere
or you can't guarantee that you'll
pay us back, then I can't help.
Well, I can.
I can guarantee it.
What? That you'll pay it back
or you don't have outstanding loans?
Were you in here last week?
You look very familiar.
No, I can assure you, you don't know me.
You've already applied for an account and
we've turned you down. I remember you.
You know the trouble with people like you?
- Really? - Mm.
I'll show meself out.
Have a nice day.
The first job I got arrested for was a tin of peaches.
- I was 13. - See?
You feel so guilty when the family finds out.
Nah, your old man was worse.
对 但是罪恶感不会消退对吧 肯
No, no, but it never goes, does it, Ken?
I mean, you grow up, you have kids,
so you feel guilty all over again.
你还过债了 布莱恩 你照顾了所有人
You paid the bills, Brian. You looked after everyone.
Yeah, look after yourself now.
Yeah, I gotta find a hobby.
Yeah, find something you really like doing.
- A guilty pleasure. - Yeah.
I heard a rumour they're closing down
the post office in Great Portland Street.
Lovely big bureau de change.
You wanna nip in there while they're winding it all up.
- Catch them with their trousers down. - Not that kind of hobby.
She told me to stay out of trouble.
The Agricultural Bank of China in Pimlico.
Always fancied a crack at that.
If the Agricultural Bank of China
doesn't do it for you, nothing will.
Or Hatton Garden.
We haven't talked about that for a while.
Too many stairs for me at my age.
We could always install a stair-lift.
That's a lovely vault, that.
Yeah, there's something terribly reassuring about a nice vault.
Get some young blokes in.
Danny Jones is still sniffing around for work. He's only 60.
Yeah, you can rely on Danny.
As straight as they come.
好了 伙计 小心背后 老大
All right, mate. Mind your back there, governor.
What's he up to?