Briefing from Cairo. Restricted until further notice.
Nationalist sympathies strong in the cabinet,
plans for post-war independence
under scrutiny in Al Araby.
We should have lunch. One o'clock?
正在阿尔·阿♥拉♥比接受审核 我们一起吃午饭吧 一点怎样
Tidy desk, tidy mind, Miss McKelvie
What does Coleman say to you girls?
You all arrive scared to death.
Oh, nothing, nothing much.
"You type up every word! You add nothing, you leave nothing out."
Something like that!
Could I ask you about your books?
You could, but it's not very interesting.
I just sit at my typewriter and make things up.
You all right?
Just spilled champagne all over myself.
I'll just go to the ladies' room.
Are you all right?
I just made a fool myself, in front of my boss.
不 不是那个意思 就是有点糗
No. No, nothing like that. Just clumsy idiot.
Spilled my drink.
Are you glad you came to London?
Yes. Cumberland's beautiful,
but there's nothing to do there.
You'd die without books.
So, do you write?
会写一点 诗啊 日记啊
A little. Poetry, diaries.
Nothing published, of course.
写些 内心的感受 我想表达的东西
Just, err, feelings inside me, things I want to express.
Does that sound ridiculous?
Not at all.
You want your life to mean something.
Yes, I do.
Do you think there's a moment in your life when you take a leap
然后决定 "对 这才是我"
and decide, "Yes, that's who I am"?
Is that what you think?
在这工作 你必须守口如瓶 甚至对家人
Working here, you have to keep secrets, even from your family.
Yes, Coleman told me in no uncertain terms
My wife finds it very difficult.
I don't think she trusts me.
I think she's going to leave me.
不 她不会的 我肯定她不会的
No, she won't actually leave you. I'm sure she won't.
What makes you say that?
Well, I wouldn't.
Oh, you're very honest, Miss McKelvie.
Mum, it's half past eight.
You all right?
Did you manage to sleep?
Oh, don't go to school today.
Gordon will be back soon. I'll make you both some lunch.
I have to go and get ready.
- Where are you going? - I have to go out.
I'll be back soon.
It's Mrs Wilson.
How did you find my flat?
I followed Alec once.
I just wanted to check if you were still his handler.
I know you told me to carry on as usual,
but...we had a visitor last night.
Alec's ex wife. She thinks they're still married.
I couldn't find the divorce papers anywhere.
I was just hoping you might have a copy.
I thought you might have some sort of file on Alec.
Nothing that can be shared with you.
You must have vetted him, before he joined the service.
So you looked into who he was.
Top drawer family.
And then divorced.
Alec was extremely important to us.
There were so few men fluent in Arabic at the time.
He showed me his divorce papers.
He was an intelligence agent.
It wouldn't have been difficult for him
to forge a couple of documents.
Alec wouldn't lie to me, not like that.
Not for 20 years.
I'm not saying he did.
Just saying...it's possible.
They divorced in 1940.
I know they did.
I think you ought to go home.
Shouldn't you be with your sons?
We both know how hard it would have been
for a Catholic to get a divorce.
Does it even matter now?
She turned up in the middle of the night. I had to lie to my son.
You knew what you were getting into.
This looks wonderful
No, you look wonderful.
So, right pocket or left pocket?
Keep writing. Don't give up.
So, what's in the left pocket?
Your divorce papers
You do know I'm entirely
unsuitable for a young lady like you.
Twice my age.
I didn't think you were religious.
Well no, I'm not.
My family are Church of England.
Well, on Sundays at least.
I've just never had dinner with a divorced man before.
I'm just not sure if, uh...
你说的对 你的日子还长 艾丽森
You're right. You have your whole life ahead of you, Alison.
I've lived too many lives already.
- Thank you. - Sir.
Dear Mother, my birthday was super.
My colleagues bought me a beautiful fountain pen.
I'm using it right now! Work is going really well.
You keep asking what I'm actually doing, and the truth is...
Well, I know what you're like...
I didn't want to worry you.
I'm driving an ambulance.
I need someone's help! Help me!