January the 8th, 1963.
Official statement of Mrs Flora Solomon
of 19 Spencer Square, Kensington.
Before I-I begin, erm...
..I'd like to make it clear, I...
I didn't go to MI5.
You came to me.
All because of a private conversation...
..or at least one that I was lead to believe was private...
with a friend.
And, as unlikely as it may sound,
I have known Kim Philby for a very long time...
..I simply didn't put... two and two to...
I still can't quite believe that...
I very much regret that it has taken me all these years
to realise who he really is...
..and the despicable, hateful things he's done.
I'm sorry, Nick.
- I know you always considered Kim a close... - I'm fine.
You should know, Mrs Solomon's statement to MI5
is the final piece of the puzzle
that confirms everything that Golitsyn told us
when he defected in Helsinki last year.
I read his debrief file.
He only ever mentioned an unidentified Soviet agent.
I have a team standing by to go to Beirut first thing.
But what you're now telling me is that, in fact,
Golitsyn specifically identified Kim as the traitor?
A team from MI5? That'll never fucking work.
Kim has to be handled by SIS, not MI5.
- That would be madness. - And by "SIS"...
- I mean me. - Utter bloody madness.
'I disagree, Sir Roger.'
Philby must, for the time being,
be viewed and treated as a potential asset.
He must be handled with care by an SIS man
for foreign intelligence purposes,
not arrested by MI5 for criminal prosecution.
Forgive me, but... ten years ago,
when MI5 suspected Philby
of helping Burgess and Maclean escape to Moscow,
you, as I recall...
..were his staunchest ally.
So, I'll say it again -
sending you to Beirut would be a colossal mistake.
I rather thought it would be you.
敌 友 难 辨
绝密 仅限军情五处内部 局长 十万火急
绝密 仅限军情五处内部 局长 十万火急
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Bet you wish you were still in Beirut.
E! Zakhodim v port. Dvadtsat' minut do stykovki.
In English, please.
Russia, huh? Russia!
We can send a man... into space, but...
I wouldn't shut that all the way again if I were you.
Oh, right. Well, is there another room I can use...?
It's the damp.
Expands the wood, see.
This is all there is, I'm afraid.
Don't forget, curtain's at eight.
'That'd be telling. Spoil the surprise.
'Nice try, though.'
- Go. - 'We'll get through this.
'I believe in you.'
- Don't tell me - we lost. - What?
板球啊 蒂姆 板球
The cricket, Tim, the cricket.
Actually, it was a draw.
England were 223 for four.
Thanks to Barrington, who was 134, not out.
Give it a good, hard...
Always forget about that. You think I'd know by now.
It's been like that as long as I can remember.
You must be Mrs Thomas...
- How do you do? - ...of MI5 fame.
- We need another chair. - Hello?
- How do you do? - Hello.
My instructions are to debrief Mr Elliott alone.
Well, what you need to understand, Mrs Thomas,
is that Mr Elliott is one of SIS's most respected officers,
and C has asked me to sit in
and make sure that everything is, er...
- ...you know... - Tickety-boo.
- May I speak freely? - In this building.
My orders are to debrief Mr Elliott alone
with no SIS involvement or assistance,
but should you need clarification,
I'm to ask you to...
...call this number.
Before you go, is there someone here...
...who might be able to do something about that door?
There's a good fella.
Mr Elliott, I'd like to begin by saying how sorry I am.
I realise how painful this must be for you and everyone else here
at the Intelligence Service who counted Mr Philby as a friend...
...and trusted colleague...
...for such an awfully long time.
Is that Northumberland I hear?
You and Mr Philby were friends for, what, 25 years?
Could you please explain to me
how he was able to escape from Beirut?
Smart money's on a boat.
No, thank you.
...I completely understand why you might need a moment or two
才能打开话匣子 相信我 我理解
to break the ice - believe me, I do.
Would you mind if we now consider it broken?
The word "escape"... would suggest
that Philby was in some sort of custody, which he was not.