I'll find that porter.
Please tell me the truth, Mum.
No more faking or forging.
I'm going to do all I can.
Alec has turned up.
He's with the boys.
Gordon was a brave soldier.
He wasn't afraid of the enemy, was he? No!
He was going to win the war for his country.
He led his soldiers over the highest mountains,
across the widest rivers,
向前进军 进军 进军 进军
marching onwards - march, march, march!
- March to victory! - Alec.
I don't suppose you got much...
home-made cake in Brixton prison.
Gordon's been out on a tractor.
Oh, gosh! Yeah! I bet he was thrilled!
Oh, he loves it here.
And Alison's old nanny's come back to help out.
I'm very grateful for everything you've done while I've been away.
Alison and the boys can stay as long as they like.
I've found us a new flat.
And I've been given a pay rise.
Well, you must be tired, Alec,
after your long journey.
I've made up the spare room for you.
No, get off!
The same dream?
In the Somme?
Stay a minute?
He could come and visit.
It's not as if you'd never see him again.
But my life up here, what would I do?
Bring up those lovely boys.
And I'm not getting any younger.
I'll need looking after soon.
Is it his age or the fact
he's a Catholic that you hate so much?
Oh, for God's sake, Alison, wake up!
Can't you see who he is?
I told you it's his job.
He's a crook and a liar.
I don't believe a single word he says.
It was still at the pawnbrokers.
一个本地农户 出身不错 跟我年纪相当
A farmer my own age from a good, local family.
That's who I should have married.
You'd have been bored silly.
You said yourself you'd go mad up here.
It's the boys.
They get fresh air, protein...
Life will improve.
They've assured me there'll be no more work in prisons.
They've found me a cover job locally,
so I'll be at home more to help out.
I've got to get back.
I'm leaving on the morning train.
- Alec? - Come with me.
How can I?
When you give me no reassurance?
First arrested for fraud, then...
...jailed for theft. I...
Go to the courts, Alison.
See if you can find a single conviction against me.
What are you afraid of?
That Mother's right.
That everything - that you...
...it's all just a lie.
Why would the service still employ me?
Well, how do I know they still do?
You follow me, when we get home.
Maybe then you'll trust me.
How can you believe in Him without evidence?
Sacrifice your whole life without any proof?
Well, it's not always easy.
But I believe in God's goodness.
You never doubt him?
We all have doubts at times.
- Central Middlesex Hospital, please. - Right you are, Madam.
I need your help, Mr Ashby.
I believe my husband worked here as a porter?
For many years.
Do you remember his hours?
Well, it was shift work.
Was he full time?
I don't think so.
He was always in and out, in and out.
Was there a problem?
-他被解雇了 -不 不
- Was he sacked? - No, no.
He could never do enough for the patients.
Was he just a normal porter?
He wasn't involved in anything else?
My husband had other business when I married him...
..and I have to know if he was still involved.
I covered for him.
He used to meet up with a lady.
She used to hang around, waiting.
He'd drop everything for her.
How often did he see her?
He called her "the boss".
Old lady, chain smoker.
Wait for two minutes, then follow me.
Trust me, Alison.
20 years he worked for you?
If it weren't for my mother's inheritance,
we'd still be living in a rented room, scraping to eat.
Can't you see the harm you did?
The doubts you seeded?
Why didn't you pay him?
I have a right to know. My sons have a right to know.
This is the British intelligence service.
You don't have any rights.
I sacrific... Alec... sacrificed...
his happiness, everything for you.
There are things you don't know.
Oh, please tell me.
- You don't want to know. - Tell me.