Are you paying attention?
If you're not listening carefully, you will miss things,
I will not repeat myself,
and you will not interrupt me.
You think that because you are sitting where you are
and I am sitting where I am
that you are in control of what is about to happen.
You're mistaken. I am in control.
Because I know things that you do not know.
Manchester Police Department, please hold.
Windows broken. Home's been ransacked.
Send a detective down, will you?
What I will need from you now is a commitment.
You will listen closely,
and you will not judge me until I am finished.
If you cannot commit to this, then please leave the room.
But if you choose to stay, remember you chose to be here.
What happens from this moment forwards is not my responsibility.
从现在开始 发生任何事 都不是我的责任
- What's all this, then? - Turing, Alan. Professor at King's.
-怎么回事 -姓图灵 名阿兰 国王学院的教授
- Seems there's been a burglary. - Oh? What of?
Well, that's just it. Nothing missing, really.
What's he doing in Manchester?
Something with machines.
The project at the NPL.
I checked, but he won't say what it's on.
Professor Turing? Detective Nock, Manchester Police.
Sergeant Staehl here tells me you had a burglary last night.
Take a step back, and don't breath heavily.
- Breathe? - Undiluted cyanide.
It wouldn't take more than a thimbleful to kill you.
- Disappointing. - Pardon?
I had hoped for a bit more.
Sergeant Staehl, is it just me,
or do you get the sense that we're being insulted?
Last night, you had a break-in.
Your neighbor, Mr. Springborn, called to report the noise.
He said there was quite a ruckus. Only you say nothing was taken.
It's odd. So, how about you tell us what happened,
and we'll find the chap who did this.
Gentlemen, I don't believe that you could find the chap that did this
if he walked up to you and spat in your face.
What I could us right now is not a bobby,
but a really good cleaning lady.
So, unless one of you has an apron in your car,
I suggest you file your reports and leave me alone.
As you say, Professor Turing.
Best of luck with your cyanide.
I'll give you a quid if you can name me a more insufferable sod.
- Seemed a bit forced, though, didn't it? - Don't know what you mean.
-似乎有点刻意 不是吗 -不懂你在说什么
Well, if you didn't want a pair of bobbies digging around in your personal affairs,
that'd have been a stellar way to make sure they don't.
Tell me you don't think this is suspicious.
I don't think this is suspicious.
A mysterious professor who won't admit
he's had something stolen from his house?
I think Alan Turing's hiding something.
War declared! 800,000 children evacuated!
German bombs on their way! Get your papers here!
Fresh off the press! War declared!
800,000 children evacuated! German bombs expected soon!
This morning, the British Ambassador in Berlin
handed the German government
a final note stating that unless we heard from them,
by 11:00, a state of war would exist between us.
I have to tell you now that no such undertaking has been received.
And that, consequently, this country is at war
For the second time in the lives of most of us,
a peaceful way out...
What are you doing here?
- Oh, the lady told me to wait. - In my office?
She tell you to help yourself to tea while you were here?
She obviously didn't tell you what a joke was, then, either, I gather.
Was she supposed to?
- Who are you? - Alan Turing.
Turing. The mathematician.
- Correct. - However could I have guessed?
Well, you didn't. You just read it on that piece of paper.
King's College, Cambridge.
Now, it says here you were a bit of a prodigy in the maths department.
I'm not sure I can evaluate that, Mr....
- How old are you, Mr. Turing? - 27.
-你多大了 图灵先生 -27岁
And how old were you when you became a Fellow at Cambridge?
- 24. - And how old were you...
when you published this paper that has a title I can barely understand?
And you don't think that qualifies you as a certified prodigy?
Well, Newton discovered binomial theorem aged 22.
Einstein wrote four papers that changed the world by the age of 26.
As far as I can tell, I've... I've barely made par.
- My God, you're serious. - Would you prefer I made a joke?
-老天 你是认真的 -你更希望我开个玩笑吗
Oh, I don't think you know what those are.
Hardly seems fair that that's a requirement for employment here, Mr...
Commander Denniston, Royal Navy. All right, Mr. Turing, I'll bite.
丹尼斯顿中校 皇家海军 好吧 图灵先生 回答我
Why do you wish to work for His Majesty's government?
Oh, I don't, really.
Are you a bleeding pacifist?
I'm... agnostic about violence.
Well, you do realize that 600 miles away from London
there's this nasty little chap called Hitler
who wants to engulf Europe in tyranny?
- Politics isn't really my area of expertise. - Really?
Well, I believe you've just set the record
for the shortest job interview
in British military history.
Mother says I can be off-putting sometimes
on account of being one of the best mathematicians in the world.
- In the world? - Oh, yes.
Do you know how many people I've rejected for this program?
Well, that's right, because we're a top-secret program.
But I'll tell you, just because we're friends,
that only last week,
I rejected one of our great nation's top linguists.
Knows German better than Bertolt Brecht.
- I don't speak German. - What?
I don't... speak German.
Well, how the hell were you supposed to decrypt German communications
if you don't... I don't know, speak German?
Well, I'm really quite excellent at crossword puzzles.
The German codes are a puzzle. A game, just like any other game.
德军密码也是谜题 也是游戏 和别的游戏一样
- Margaret, where are you? - I'm really very good at games. Puzzles.
-玛格丽特 你在哪 -我非常擅长游戏 谜题
And this is the most difficult puzzle in the world.
Margaret! For the love of God.
This is a joke, obviously.
I'm afraid I don't know what those are, Commander Denniston.
Have a pleasant trip back to Cambridge, Professor.
That's what you're doing here. The top-secret program at Bletchley.
You're trying to break the German Enigma machine.
What makes you think that?
It's the greatest encryption device in history,
and the Germans use it for all major communications.
If the Allies broke Enigma, well...
this would turn into a very short war, indeed.
Of course that's what you're working on.
But you also haven't got anywhere with it. If you had,
you wouldn't be hiring cryptographers out of university.
You need me a lot more than I need you.
I like solving problems, Commander.
And Enigma is the most difficult problem in the world.
No, Enigma isn't difficult; it's impossible.
不 英格玛不是难 是不可能破解
The Americans, the Russians, the French, the Germans,
美国人 俄国人 法国人 还有德国人
everyone thinks Enigma is unbreakable.
Good. Let me try, and we'll know for sure, won't we?
很好 让我试试 我们就能确定了 不是吗
Welcome to Enigma.
The details of every surprise attack,
every secret convoy
and every U-boat in the bloody Atlantic go into that thing.
And out comes gibberish.
It's the crooked hand of death itself.
Our Wrens intercept thousands of radio messages a day,
and to the lovely young ladies of the Women's Royal Navy,
It's only when you feed them back into Enigma that they make any sense.
But we have an Enigma machine.
Yes, Polish Intelligence smuggled it out of Berlin.
So, what's the problem? Just put the intercepted messages
- back into the Enigma and you'll... - Look, it's not that simple, is it?
-再重新输入到英格玛里不就 -没那么简单 对吗
Just having an Enigma machine doesn't help you to decode the messages.
Very good, Mr. Turing.
To decode a message, you need to know the machine's settings.
Now, the Germans switch settings every day promptly at midnight.
We usually intercept our first message around 6:00 a.m.,
which gives you exactly 18 hours every day
to crack the code before it changes, and you start again.
Five rotors. Ten plugboard cables. That's...
五个转子 十条线路板接线 那就是
- One million... - A thousand million...
No, no, it's, I've got it.
不 不 我出来了
- It's million, million. - It's in the millions, obviously.
It's over 150 million million million possible settings.
159. If you want to be exact about it.
1-5-9 with 18 zeroes behind it.
Possibilities. Every single day.
Gentlemen, meet Hugh Alexander.
- I personally selected him to run this unit. - Didn't you...
Mr. Alexander won Britain's national chess championship.
You're not the only one who's good at games around here, Turing.
Are we to work together, then? I prefer to have my own office.
You're a team, and you will work as one.
I don't have time to explain myself as I go along, and...
I'm afraid these men would only slow me down.
If you can't play together,
then I'm afraid we can't let you play at all.
This is Stewart Menzies, MI6.
There are only five divisions of military intelligence.
Exactly. That's the spirit.
Mr. Turing, do you know
how many British servicemen have died because of Enigma?
- No, I don't. - Three...
-不 我不知道 -三个
while we've been having this conversation.
Oh, look, there's another.
I rather hope he didn't have a family.
This war Commander Denniston's been going on about,
we're not winning it.
Break the code, at least we have a chance.
Shall we leave the children alone with their new toy?
All right, gentlemen...
The game was quite a simple one.
Every single German message, every surprise attack,
every bombing run, every imminent U-boat assault...
They were all floating through the air.
Radio signals that...
well, any schoolboy with an AM kit could intercept.
The trick was that they were encrypted.
There were 159 million million million possible
All we had to do was try each one.
But if we had ten men checking one setting a minute
for 24 hours every day and seven days every week,
how many days do you think it would take to...
to check each of the settings?
Well, it's not days, it's years.
- Good morning. - It's 20 million years.
- To stop a coming attack... - Thank you.
...we would have to check 20 million years' worth of settings
I'm famished. Lunch?
Good Lord. What is it about women with little hats?
The boys, we're going to get some lunch.
I said we're going to get some lunch.
- Can you hear me? - Yes.
I said we're off to get some lu...
This is starting to get a little bit repetitive.
I had asked if you wanted to come to lunch with us.
No, you didn't. You said you were going to get some lunch.
没有 你没问 你说你们要去吃午饭
- Have I offended you in some way? - Why would you think that?
- Would you like to come to lunch with us? - What time's lunchtime?
Christ, Alan, it's a bleeding sandwich.
天啊 阿兰 只是个三明治而已
- What is? - Lunch.
- Oh, I don't like sandwiches. - Never mind.
You know, to pull off this irascible genius routine,
one actually has to be a genius, Alan.
And yet we're the ones making progress here, aren't we?
We have decrypted a number of German messages
by analyzing the frequency of letter distribution.
Oh, even a broken clock is right twice a day.
That's not progress; that's just blind luck.
I'm designing a machine that will allow us to break every message
every day instantly.
Who's hungry? Let's go.
Peter asked who was hungry. Can I have some soup, please?
What do you mean, "classified"?
No, I'm aware of the literal meaning of the word classified.
What I'm asking is why would a maths professor
have his military records classified?
Yeah, well, I will come down.
Pardon me, I'd like to see some documents, if I may.
打扰了 我想查看一些文件 如果可以的话
Service records of a Mr. Turing. Alan.
Foreign Office sent me.
This is unacceptable.
If you wish to discuss the complaint,
I suggest you make a proper appointment.
No, no, Hugh Alexander has denied my requisition for parts
不 不是 休·亚历山大没有批准我申请的零件和设备
and equipment that I need to build the machine I've designed.
Your fellow code-breakers are refusing to work with you,
and they filed a formal complaint.
It's is inspired by an old Polish code machine.
Only this one is infinitely more advanced.
If you don't respond to the complaint,
I shall have to take it up with the Home Office.
- Put those files by my desk. - Fine, my response is they're all idiots.
-把文件放我桌子上 -好吧 我的回应是他们都是白痴
Fire them and use the savings to fund my machine.
I only need about 100,000 pounds.
Why are you building a machine?
It's highly technical. You wouldn't understand.
I suggest you make the effort to try.
Enigma is... an extremely well-designed machine.
Our problem is that we're only using men to try to beat it.
No, what if only a machine can defeat another machine?
Well, that's not very technical.
Hugh Alexander is in charge of your unit. He said no, and that is that.
休·亚历山大负责你们的团队 他说不行 就不行
I simply don't have time for this.
Have you ever won a war, Turing?
I have. Do you know how it's done?
Order, discipline, chain of command.
命令 纪律 指挥层级
You're not at university any longer.
You are a very small cog in a very large system.
And you will do as your commanding officer instructs.
Who is your commanding officer?
Winston Churchill, Number 10 Downing Street, London, SW1.
温斯顿·丘吉尔 伦敦 西南一区 唐宁街10号
You have a problem with my decision, you can take it up with him.
Mr. Menzies! Mr. Menzies!
Are you going to London?
Would you deliver a letter for me?
Look, I'm sorry, but are you joking?
Churchill's put Alan in charge?
- This is a terrible idea. - No, no, no, no, no.
-这太糟糕了 -不 不 不
So, I can give these men orders now?
I hate to say it, but yes.
Excellent. Keith and Charles, you're both fired.
好极了 吉斯和查尔斯 你们俩被解雇了
- Excuse me? - What?
You're mediocre linguists, and positively poor code-breakers.
Alan, you can't just fire Keith and Charles.
- Well, he just said I could. - No, I did no such thing.
-他刚说了 我可以的 -我可没说
But Churchill did.
this is inhuman. Even for you.
Popular at school, were you?
The problem began, of course, with the carrots.
Carrots are orange.
And peas are green.
They mustn't touch.
Do you know why people like violence?
It is because it feels... good.
Humans find violence deeply satisfying.
But remove the satisfaction, and...
the act becomes...
Come on. Don't be such a kike about it.
Leave him to bloody rot.
I didn't learn this on my own, of course.
Alan, are you all right?
It's not my fault. The carrots got in with the peas and...
- I'm sorry. I won't let them do it again. - They're getting worse.
-对不起 我不会再让他们这样做了 -他们越来越过分了
They only beat me up because I'm smarter than they are.
No, they beat you up because you're different.
不 他们打你 是因为你与众不同
- Mother says I'm just an odd duck. - And she's right.
But you know, Alan,
sometimes it's the very people who no one imagines anything of
who do the things no one can imagine.
So, what do we do now?
- We're short on staff. - Well, we get more staff then.
And how do you propose to do that?
- Alan Turing to see Stewart Menzies. - Very good, sir.
-阿兰·图灵 来见斯图尔特·孟席斯 -好的 先生
- So, who are they? - Oh, all sorts, really.
Teacher, an engineer, a handful of students.
老师 工程师 几个学生
And you think they're qualified for Bletchley '
cause they're good at crossword puzzles?
Well, they say they're good, and now we shall find out, won't we?
他们自称擅长 我们现在来一探究竟 好吗
In order to aid your efforts, there is, to the right of you,
a green scratch card book. You are to make notes in that.
Gentlemen, you have six minutes in which to complete the puzzle,
at which point, I will...
Pardon, ma'am, this room's restricted.
抱歉 女士 你不能进去
Apologies for my tardiness. The bus caught a flat tire.
May I continue, please? Thank you.
- You're not allowed in here, ma'am. - Oh, but I'm only a few minutes late.
-你不能进去 女士 -我只是迟到了几分钟
The secretaries are to head upstairs. This room's for the candidates.
May I get on with this now, please?
- I am a candidate. - For what position?
- The letter didn't say precisely. - Yeah, so secretaries are to head upstairs.
-信上没有具体说 -对 秘书要去楼上
- It did say that it was top secret. - What is going on?
I solved a crossword puzzle in the newspaper,
and I got this letter saying that
I was a candidate for some sort of mysterious job.
My name's Joan Clarke.
Miss, did you really solve this puzzle yourself?
What makes you think I couldn't solve the puzzle myself?
- I'm really very good at... - Ma'am, I'll have to ask you to...
Miss Clarke, I find tardiness
under any circumstance, unacceptable.
Take a seat so that we may continue.
Now, as I was saying,
you have six minutes to complete the task in front of you.
Gentlemen and lady, begin.
先生们 和这位女士 开始
- Is that even possible? - No, it takes me eight.
-可能吗 -不可能 我都要八分钟
This isn't about crossword puzzles. It's about how one
approaches solving an impossible problem.
Do you tackle the whole thing at once or divide it into small...
- You've finished? - Yes.
- Five minutes and 34 seconds. - You said to do it in under six.
Congratulations. My warmest welcome to His Majesty's service.
If you speak a word of what I'm about to show you,
you will be executed for high treason.
You will lie to your friends, your family and everyone you meet
你们要向朋友撒谎 向家人撒谎 向所有人撒谎
about what it is you really do.
And what is it that we're really doing?
We're going to break an unbreakable Nazi code and win the war.
What's that you're reading?
- It's about cryptography. - Like secret messages?
Not secret. That's the brilliant part.
Messages that anyone can see, but no one knows what they mean
unless you have the key.
How's that different from talking?
- Talking? - When people talk to each other,
they never say what they mean. They say something else,
and you're expected to just know what they mean. Only I never do.
So, how's that different?
Alan, I have a funny feeling you're going to be very good at this.
阿兰 我有个感觉 你会很擅长这个
Hold on, Marion, I'm coming!
等等 马里恩 我来了
...lesser settings and then route back through...
Back to those ones...
Careful, will you? It not a toy.
轻点 好吗 这不是玩具
Funny. Looks like a toy. Bloody great 100,000-pound one.
有意思 看着像是玩具 10万英镑的玩具
Your new minion's arrived.
- Jack Good. We met... - Well, where's Miss Clarke?
-我叫杰克·古德 我们见过 -克拉克小姐呢
It's not just a usual humdrum production mill factory.
I mean, well, as I was saying, it's a very important radio factory.
我的意思是 是非常重要的 无线电厂
It's not, actually. Well, on the spectrum of radio factories,
this one is particularly...
Why are you not at Bletchley?
Thank you... so much for your visit, Mr. Turing. Was your trip pleasant?
非常感谢您的来访 图灵先生 一路愉快吗
Gather your things and let's go.
I'm sorry, but I'm unable to accept your offer.
We feel that such a position would hardly be appropriate.
You earned a double first in mathematics.
But sadly wasn't granted the opportunity to become a Fellow.
You belong at Bletchley.
I'm sorry, but for someone in my position, to live to...
to work in a radio factory so far from home,
with all your men... it would be...
What in the world does that even mean?
We have a group of young ladies
who tend to all of our clerical tasks: assistants, translators.
负责我们的文书工作 做助理 翻译之类的事情
They live together in town.
Would that be a more suitable environment?
So, I would be working amongst these women?
They even organize social events at St. Martin's Church down the road.
Really, the whole thing is quite...
Now, you won't have proper security clearance, of course, so,
- we'll have to improvise things a bit. - Why are you helping me?
Because there is only one thing that matters in this entire world right now.
Do you understand? And that is breaking Enigma.
But, Mr. Turing...
why are you helping me?
Sometimes it's the very people who no one imagines anything of
who do the things that no one can imagine.
- What's this? - Alan Turing's classified military file.
- It's bloody empty. - Exactly.
- It's an empty manila envelope. - Yeah.
Well, you've cracked the case wide open, then, haven't you?
Alan Turing's war records aren't just classified, they're nonexistent.
That means someone's got rid of them. Erased them. Burned them.
也就是说被人处理掉了 抹除了 烧毁了
And that same person broke into his house and stole nothing?
Guy Burgess and Donald Maclean.
- What, the spies from the papers? - The Soviet spies.
-什么 报纸上说的间谍吗 -苏联间谍
But first they were professors, weren't they?
Radicalized at Cambridge, then they joined the Communist Party,
then Foreign Office, then leaked information to Stalin during the war.
Now, can you think of anyone else we know who was at Cambridge,
then took up something murky and top secret when war broke out?
You think this Alan Turing might be a Soviet agent?
I think something very serious is happening right here
under our noses.
Wouldn't you like to find out what it is?
Welcome, ladies. If you'd like to follow me.
欢迎 女士们 请跟我来
Some people thought we were at war with the Germans...
Incorrect. We were at war with the clock.
Britain was literally starving to death.
The Americans sent over 100,000 tons of food
every week, and every week
the Germans would send our desperately
needed bread to the bottom of the ocean.
Our daily failure was announced
at the chimes of midnight.
And the sound would haunt our unwelcome dreams.
Midnight, all the work we've done today is useless.
before tomorrow's messages start flooding in...
and we start all over again.
- From scratch. - I'm so sick of this.
Four hours rewiring his plugboard matrix.
Three hours yesterday on his rotor positions!
- Don't go over there. - Look, John, no.
-别过去 -约翰 别拦我
If this job wasn't already impossible before,
it bloody well is now.
Damn you and your useless machine.
My machine is how we are going to win.
Are you talking about this bloody machine?!
- Hugh! Hugh! Hugh, don't! - Hugh! Hugh! Stop!
-休 休 别 -住手
You arrogant bastard. You could help us.
You could make this go faster, but you won't.
He's right, Alan.
There are actual soldiers out there
trying to win an actual war.
My brother protects food convoys in the Navy.
My cousins fly RAF patrols.
All my friends, they're all making a difference,
while we just while away our days producing nothing.
Could you make a bit more noise?
I'm not quite sure my landlady woke up.
- Oh, sorry. - Oh... look.
I think that's the best I can do.
No male visitors after dark.
So... what did you bring me?
- There you go. - Here.
Some men try flowers, you know.
These are actual decrypted Enigma messages
direct from Nazi High Command.
"Weather today is clear.
Rain in the evening. Heil Hitler."
Well, clearly, that vital piece of information
is going to win us the war.
It's the relationship between the encrypted
and decrypted messages that interests me.
Can we find a clue here
that we can build into Christopher?
- Who's Christopher? - Oh, he's my machine.
Is that a bad name?
Are you trying to build your universal machine?
I read your paper at university.
Is it already being taught?
No. No. No, I was precocious. So...
没有 我比较有先见 所以
you theorized a machine that could solve any problem.
It didn't just do one thing, it did everything.
It wasn't just programmable, it was reprogrammable.
Is that your idea behind Christopher?
Well, human brains can compute large sums very quickly...
even Hugh can do that...
but I want Christopher to be smarter.
To make a calculation and then...
to determine what to do next.
- A digital computer. - Digital computer.
- No. No, no. No, no, no! Don't touch that! - Stay back.
-别 别 别 别动那个 -后退
I'd hate to think we were searching the wrong one.
What are you doing? What's going on?
There is a spy in Bletchley Park.
The Navy thinks that one of us is a Soviet double agent, Alan.
Our boys intercepted this on its way to Moscow.
It's a Beale cipher.
Encrypted with a phrase from a book or a poem or...
You don't seriously think I did this, do you?
Double agents are such bastards. Isolated loners.
No attachments to friends or family. Arrogant.
Know anybody like that?
I know you don't like me,
but that does not make me a Soviet spy.
Nothing out of the ordinary, sir.
The Home Office may be protecting you now,
but sooner or later you will make a mistake.
And I needn't bother firing you.
They will hang you for treason.
I heard about what happened.
It's all the girls in Hut 3 can talk about.
I have an idea of what might cheer you up.
So, because no letter can be encoded as itself,
there's already a handful of settings
that can be rejected at the outset.
- Is that your team? - Yes.
- Shall we say hello? - No.
I told you not to do that.
- Hugh, hello. - Didn't know you drank.
-休 你好 -不知道你还会喝酒
He doesn't, really. He just sort of sips at the foam.
Well, I'll let you into a little secret, Miss...?
- Clarke. - Miss Clarke.
- Please. - Foam's my favorite part, too.
- Is it really? - Come and join us for a drink?
- We'll be there in a moment. - Miss Clarke.
- Well, he likes you. - Yes.
got him to like you.
Because I'm a woman in a man's job,
and I don't have the luxury of being an ass.
it doesn't matter how smart you are,
Enigma is always smarter.
If you really want to solve your puzzle,
then you're going to need all the help you can get,
and they are not going to help you
if they do not like you.
- What are those? - Apples.
- No. - Oh, they really are.
I... well, Miss Clarke, Joan actually...
我 克拉克小姐 琼
said that it would be... nice
if I was to bring you all something.
So, here we are. I...
Thank you. I like apples.
My best to Miss Clarke.
There are two people in a wood, and they run into a bear.
The first person gets down on his knees to pray.
The second person starts lacing up his boots.
The first person asks the second person,
"My dear friend, what are you doing?
You can't outrun a bear."
To which the second person responds,
"I don't have to. I only have to outrun you."
I'll be with Christopher, if anyone needs me.
If we assume that the square root of two
is a rational number,
then we can say that the square root of two
where A and B are whole numbers
- Mr. Turing, passing notes, are we? - No, sir.
-图灵先生 在传小条是吗 -没有 老师
Only Turing would pass notes written in gibberish.
All right, gentlemen,
do not forget your algebra over the break.
Have a pleasant holiday,
and we'll resume your irrationals when you return.
But Euler's Theorem gives you that immediately.
If you run the wires across the plugboard matrix diagonally,
it will eliminate rotor positions 500 times faster.
actually not an entirely terrible idea.
I think that was Alan for "thank you."
- That's my sandwich. - You don't like sandwiches.
It should work out the day's Enigma settings.
The German Army has fanned out across Europe,
from Poland to Serbia,
Lithuania to Denmark, Norway to France.
立陶宛 丹麦 挪威 法国
The Nazi flag now flies from
more than two dozen national capitals.
Their campaign mounts in fury as a free Europe crumbles.
Oh, it's still going.
- Good morning, sir. - Morning, Margaret.
-早上好 先生 -早 玛格丽特
Gears keep spinning on and on.
Rotors on and on. It's endless.
- With no result in sight? - No.
- Turing, open the bloody door. - No. No.
-图灵 开门 -不开
Open the door or we'll break it down.
I can't let you in! I cannot let you interfere.
Turn that thing off.
No. Don't, please. Please.
Please! Please! No! No. No!
求你了 求你了 别 别 别
Well, then, it seems that your
great big expensive machine doesn't work.
- It does. - Wonderful.
So, you've broken Enigma, then?
This is my associate from the Home Office.
You see, a hundred thousand pounds
is rather a lot of money,
and he's here to see what you have to show for it.
You... will never understand
the importance of what I am creating here!
Have you decrypted any German messages?
Can you point to anything at all that you've achieved?
Your funding is up, and our patience is expired.
It's with such great pleasure
that I am finally able to say this.
Alan Turing, you're fired.
Please escort Mr. Turing from the premises.
If you fire Alan...
well, then you'll have to fire me, too.
What on earth are you saying?
Trust me when I tell you there is no one
who would rather say this less than I do, but...
he's right. Alan is right.
His machine can work,
and it's probably the best chance that we've got.
God, it's beyond belief.
If you fire them... you'll have to fire me, too.
We're the best cryptographic minds in Britain.
Are you going to fire us all?
Commander, at least give us some more time.
Six months, and if the machine doesn't
produce any results that we need,
then we'll go back to doing things the old way.
And then, so help me God, you're all gone.
- Thank you. - You're welcome.
Oh, and, Alan, your machine...
it better bloody work.
of course you're not a bloody spy.
Denniston gave me the Beale cipher,
I cracked it. "Ask, and it shall be given to you;
我解开了 "你们祈求 就给你们
seek and ye shall find." Matthew 7:7. That was the key.
寻找 就寻见" 马太福音第七章第七节 那就是密钥
Far too simple for the likes of you.
Pity Denniston disagrees.
Sir, I think I've got Turing.
I tailed him to a pub last night, where he met a bloke.
They exchanged an envelope.
So, I follow this other fella, pick him up,
give him a good shake.
- He's a poofter. He confessed. - What?
-他是个同性恋 他招了 -什么
The man admitted it. Arnold Murray.
Hangs around that pub; men pay him for a go.
Turing's one of the men that paid.
Only Mr. Murray here then has the bright idea of
robbing Turing's house after, with a friend.
That's what Turing's hiding.
Well, he's a poof, not a spy.
- No. - What's the matter?
We can charge a university professor with indecency.
No, this is... it's bloody rubbish.
Turing's up to something important...
He's committed a crime and he's broken the law.
Jesus Christ, it's bloody disgusting.
This isn't the investigation I was conducting.
- Bring him in. - Wait.
Let me interrogate him.
Please. Give me half an hour alone, and then I swear,
拜托 让我跟他单独谈半个小时 我发誓
I'll spend the next month running errands
on as many rubbish cases as you like.
Fine. Now, will someone get me a warrant
for the arrest of Alan Turing.
Christopher's simply not moving fast enough.
And even with the diagonal board,
he's still not eliminating settings as quickly
- as we need him to in order... - I'm leaving.
But you've just walked in.
No. No. Bletchley.
- What? - It's my parents.
I'm 25, I'm unmarried, I'm living alone,
我25岁了 未婚 一个人住
and they want me home.
- That's ridiculous. - That's my parents.
You... you can't leave. I won't let you.
"I'll miss you."
That's what a normal person might say in this situation.
I don't care what is normal.
What am I supposed to do, Alan?
I will not... give up my parents.
You... you have an opportunity here
to make some actual use of your life.
And end up like you? No, thanks.
然后变成你这样吗 不用了 谢谢
I'm sorry you're lonely.
But Enigma will not save you.
Can you decipher that, you fragile narcissist?
Or would you like me to go and
fetch your precious Christopher to help?
I want you... I want you to stay because I like you.
I like... talking to you.
I like talking to you, too, Alan.
And what if you weren't alone?
What if you had a husband?
Do you have one in mind?
Hugh's terribly attractive, I'll give you that, but...
I don't really think he's the marrying kind.
No, I wasn't thinking of Hugh.
Or Peter. Peter's so quiet.
- Oh, my God. - But this makes sense.
Did you just propose to me?
Well, it is the logical thing to do.
- This is ridiculous. - This is your parents.
I can't... believe that this is happening.
- Is your middle name Caroline or Catherine? - Elizabeth.
Joan Elizabeth... Clarke...
will you marry me?
Well, I know it isn't ordinary, but...
whoever loved ordinary?
She had it in both hands...
and she looked up at me with her doe eyes and said,
"Am I supposed to put that in my mouth?"
And I said, "Yes. You know, the French way."
我就说 "对 法式那样"
So, she pops it in, clamps her lips around it,
and starts humming the bloody Marseillaise.
No, no, no, you can dance
with your fiance anytime you like.
Right now, this moment...
What if I don't fancy being...
with Joan in that way?
Because you're a homosexual?
Well, should I tell her that I've had...
You know, in my... admittedly limited experience,
women... tend to be a bit
touchy about accidentally marrying homosexuals.
Perhaps not spreading this information
about might be in your best interest.
I care for her, I truly do. I...
I... I just don't know if I can...
- ...pretend. - You can't tell anyone, Alan.
-假装 -你不能告诉任何人 阿兰
And Denniston is looking for any excuse
he can to put you away.
- I know. - This has to stay a secret.
Come on, it's your turn.
- Cup of tea? - No, thank you.
-喝茶吗 -不用了 谢谢
Mr. Turing, can I tell you a secret?
- I'm quite good with those. - I'm here to help you.
Can machines think?
Oh, so, you've read some of my published works?
What makes you say that?
Well, because I'm sitting in a police station,
accused of entreating a young man to touch my penis
and you just asked me if machines can think.
Could machines ever think as human beings do?
Most people say not.
You're not most people.
Well, the problem is you're... asking a stupid question.
Of course machines can't think as people do.
A machine is different... from a person.
Hence, they think differently.
The interesting question is,
just because something thinks differently from you,
does that mean it's not thinking?
Well, we allow for humans
to have such divergences from one another.
You like strawberries, I hate ice-skating,
you... cry at sad films,
I... am allergic to pollen.
What is the point of different tastes, different...
preferences if not to say that our brains work differently,
以不同的方式思考 那么不同的品味 不同的喜好
that we think differently?
If we can say that about one another, then
why can't we say the same thing for brains...
那为何不也承认铜 铁 电线制造的大脑
built of copper and wire, steel?
this big paper you wrote? What's it called?
"The Imitation Game."
Right, that's... that's what it's about?
- Would you like to play? - Play?
For determining whether something is a...
a machine or a human being.
Well, there's a judge and a subject, and...
the judge asks questions, and...
depending on the subject's answers,
determines who he is talking with...
what he is talking with, and...
All you have to do is ask me a question.
What did you do during the war?
I worked in a radio factory.
What did you really do during the war?
Are you paying attention?
We're soon out of time. A month.
So, that's it, then, is it?
Oh, the trouble is, it doesn't matter how much we improve it.
The machine's never gonna be able to
process 159 million million million
possibilities in time. It's just bloody hopeless.
It's searching. It's just... It...
doesn't know what it's searching for.
If we knew what the messages were going to say...
If we knew what the messages were going to say,
we wouldn't have to decrypt them at all.
Who's Alan's friend?
Hugh. He's a bit of a cad, actually.
So, my type, then?
- Well, I'll introduce you. - No. He'll come over.
-我来介绍你们认识 -不 他会过来的
- Are you sure? - Yes.
I smiled at him 15 minutes ago
and haven't looked back since.
Who's that with Joan?
Helen. Works with her.
- She's really pretty. - She wants me to come over.
What? How on earth can you know that?
She smiled at me a while back
and she hasn't looked again since.
Now, why is this, that when I was single
I found it very boring,
but now that I'm engaged, I just find it dreadfully fun.
- Alan, introduce us. - What? Why me?
-阿兰 介绍我俩认识 -什么 为什么是我
Because there's nothing like a friend's engagement
to make a woman want to do something
with the fiance's better looking chum.
Half a crown says Alan bollixes this up entirely.
- Alan Turing has a theory. - He has many.
He believes that the regulations
against men and women working side by side are sound
because such proximity will necessarily lead to romance.
What? No, I don't. I...
- However I disagree. - You do?
Yeah. I think that if I were working
beside a woman all day long,
I could appreciate her abilities and intellect
without taking her to bed.
I'm sorry, have we met?
I don't recall. But let's assume we haven't.
Helen Stewart. Hugh Alexander.
So, who do you agree with, Alan or myself?
Well, Alan, of course.
I'm very flattered, really, but I don't think...
Well, I work beside a man every day,
and I can't help but have developed a bit of a crush on him.
Well, who is this man? So I can kick his arse.
Well, there's no need to worry, it's been chaste.
We've never even met. He's a German.
Now I really want to kill him.
How do you mean you work alongside a German?
Well, each of us intercepts messages
from a specific German radio tower.
So, we have a counterpart on the other side
who's tip-tapping out the messages.
Everyone types a touch differently,
so you get to know the rhythm of your counterpart.
It's strangely intimate.
I feel as if I know him so well.
It's a pity he has a girlfriend, but
that's why I disagree with you, Mr. Alexander.
Because I'm in love with a coworker of sorts,
and we've never even met.
Well, allow me to buy you another pint,
and I'll tell you why you're wrong.
Pints. Have you got any sloe gin?
In case you were wondering,
that's what flirting looks like.
Why do you think your German counterpart has a girlfriend?
It's just a stupid joke, don't worry.
No, no, no, no. Tell me.
Well, each of his messages begins with the same five letters:
So, I suspect that Cilly must be the name of his amore.
But that's impossible.
The Germans are instructed to use five random letters
at the start of every message.
Well, this bloke doesn't.
Love will make a man do strange things, I suppose.
love just lost Germany the whole bloody war.
Alan! I just want...
- Hugh Alexander. - John Cairncross. - Peter bloody Hilton.
-休·亚历山大 -约翰·卡克罗斯 彼得·希尔顿
What if... what if Christopher
doesn't have to search through all of the settings?
What if he only has to search through
ones that produce words we already know
will be in the message?
- Repeated words, predictable words. - Exactly.
-重复的词 可预测的词 -没错
Look, look, like this one.
"0600 hours. Weather today is clear.
"六点整 今日天气 晴
Rain in the evening. Heil Hitler."
Well, that's it. Exactly.
They send a weather report every day at 6:00 a.m.
So, that's three words we know will be
in every 6:00 a.m. message...
"weather," obviously, and...
"天气" 显然 还有
- Heil bloody Hitler. - Heil bloody Hitler.
Here's the 6:00 message from this morning.
Hugh, the the right-hand letter wheel, set them to...
yes I know, I know. "Weather" and "Hitler."
我知道 "天气" "希特勒"
Peter, John, run voltages through those letters,
彼得 约翰 通过后置扰频器
through the back scramblers.
So, we'll use the loops?
Yes. Joan, what was the last 6:00 a.m. message?
是的 琼 告诉我今早六点的信息
- Did it work? - Alan?
I need a new message. The latest intercept.
- Ready? - Yes.
"KMS Jaguar is aufpunkt is directed to 53 degrees 24 minutes north
and aufpunkt one... degree west."
Turns out that's the only German you need to know to break Enigma.
My God, you did it.
You just defeated Nazism with a crossword puzzle.
There are five people in the world
who know the position of every ship in the Atlantic.
- They're all in this room. - Oh, good God.
Oh, I don't think even He has the power that we do right now.
No. There's going to be an attack on a British passenger convoy.
All those U-boats are only 20, 30 minutes away.
Civilians. Hundreds of them. We can save their lives.
那些无辜百姓 成百上千人 我们可以救他们
I'll phone Denniston's office so that he can alert the Admiralty.
Do you think there's enough time to save them?
There should be, if we can get a message...
Commander Denniston's office, please. It's urgent.
请接丹尼斯顿中校办公室 拜托了 十万火急
- What the hell are you doing? - You can't call Denniston.
You can't tell him about the attack.
What are you talking about?
We can have air support over that convoy in ten minutes.
Let the U-boats sink the convoy.
It's been a big day, maybe you're suffering...
- We don't have time... - No!
- Hugh! Hugh! That's enough! That's enough! - Stop, Hugh!
-休 休 够了 住手吧 -住手 休
John, the attack is in minutes.
Yes, no, I'm fine, I'm fine. I'm fine.
好了 没事 没事 我没事
You know why people like violence, Hugh?
It's because it feels good.
Sometimes we can't do what feels good.
- We have to do what is logical. - What's logical?
Hardest time to lie to somebody
is when they're expecting to be lied to.
- Oh, God. - What?
If someone's waiting for a lie, you can't just give them one.
- Damn it, Alan's right. - What?
-该死 阿兰说得对 -什么
What would the Germans think if we destroy their U-boats?
- Nothing. They'll be dead. - No.
-不会怎么想 他们会死 -不
No, you can't be right.
So, our convoy suddenly veers off course...
a squadron of our air bombers
miraculously descends on the coordinates of the U-boats...
what will the Germans think?
The Germans will know that we have broken Enigma.
They'll stop all radio communications by midday,
and they'll have changed the design of Enigma by the weekend.
Everything that we've done here will all be for nothing.
There are 500 civilians in that convoy.
We're about to let them die.
Our job is not to save one passenger convoy, it is to win the war.
- Our job was to crack Enigma. - We've done that.
Now for the hard part.
- Keeping it a secret. - Carlisle.
The convoy you're about to... it's...
The HMS Carlisle is one of the ships.
We can't act on every piece of intelligence. So, fine, we won't.
我们不能根据所有情报行动 可以 不行动
- Just this one. - Peter, what's the matter with you?
-营救这一艘好吗 -彼得 你怎么了
My brother's... well, he's on the Carlisle.
A gunnery ensign.
Who the hell do you think you are?
This... this is my brother.
He's my big brother, all right,
and you have a few minutes to call off his murder.
The Germans, they won't get suspicious
just because we stop one attack.
I'm asking you as your friend.
You're not God, Alan,
you don't get to decide who lives and who dies.
Because no one else can.
Why are you telling me this?
We need your help to keep this a secret from Admiralty, Army, RAF.
我们需要你帮我们保密 不要让皇家空军 陆军 海军知道
No one can know we broke Enigma.
Not even Denniston.
Who's in the process of having you fired.
You can take care of that.
While we develop a system to help you determine
how much intelligence to act on...
which attacks to stop, which to let through.
The minimal number of actions
it would take for us to win the war...
but the maximum number we can take
before the Germans get suspicious.
And you're going to trust all this to statistics?
- To maths? - Correct.
And then MI6 can come up with the lies
that we tell everybody else.
You'll need a believable alternative source
for all the pieces of information you use.
A false story so that we can explain how we got our information
that has nothing to do with Enigma.
And then you can leak those stories to the Germans.
And then to our own military.
Maintain a conspiracy of lies at the highest levels of government.
Sounds right up my alley.
Alan, I so rarely have cause to say this,
but you are exactly the man I always hoped you would be.
They code-named it "Ultra."
It became the largest store of military intelligence in...
the history of the world.
It was like having a tap on Himmler's intercom.
Secrecy became the primary concern,
and for some reason, they... they trusted me.
Peter, do you have the...
It's a Beale cipher encrypted with a phrase from a book or...
"Ask, and it will be given to you; seek and you will find."
"你们祈求 就给你们 寻找 就寻见"
Matthew 7:7. That was the key.
Peter will come around eventually.
Could you give Alan and me a moment, please?
The Soviets and us, we're on the same side.
What I'm doing will help Britain.
I have to tell Denniston.
Because if you tell him my secret...
I'll tell him yours.
Do you know what they do to homosexuals?
You'll never be able to work again, never be able to teach.
Your precious machine...
I doubt you'll ever see him again.
Hello. Can I... can I speak to Stewart Menzies, please?
Some advice about keeping secrets.
It's a lot easier if you don't know them in the first place.
Were they steaming my letters, tapping my telephone?
Trailing my nervous walks?
I never did find out.
What have you done?
Decoded Enigma intercepts.
I found a pile of them in the bedside table.
No, no. I gave those to her over a year ago
when I was trying to figure out
- a link between... - I'm sure you did.
Denniston's been looking for a Soviet spy.
He's been looking inside Hut 8.
I know who the spy is.
It's not Joan. It's...
I found the Beale cipher, the Bible.
God, I wish you'd been a spy.
You'd be so much better at this than he is.
You knew it was him?
Of course I bloody knew. I knew before he came to Bletchley.
Why do you think I had him placed here?
But we have an Enigma machine.
Yeah, Polish Intelligence...
a Soviet agent at Bletchley Park?
It's really quite useful to be able to leak
whatever we want to Stalin.
Churchill's too damn paranoid.
He won't share a shred of intelligence with the Soviets.
Not even information that will help them against the Germans.
Cairncross has no idea we know, of course.
He's really not the brightest bulb.
Which is why I need your help.
I want to know what to leak to John,
what to feed to the Soviets, as well as the British.
I'm not a spy. I'm...
I'm just a mathematician.
I know a lot of spies, Alan.
You've got more secrets than the best of them.
You... you have to promise me that you will release Joan.
Yes, Joan's at the market.
She's gonna be back in an hour.
I better hold on to these.
If anybody finds out about them,
prison will be the least of her worries.
we're gonna have such a wonderful war together.
- I need you to leave Bletchley. - What?
It's Menzies. I don't trust him. It's not safe here.
孟席斯 我不信任他 这里不安全
Do you think it's any safer anywhere else?
You need to get away.
- You need to get very far away from me. - Alan, what's happened?
-你必须远离我 越远越好 -阿兰 出了什么事
We can't be engaged anymore.
You... your parents need to take you back
and find you a husband elsewhere.
What's wrong with you?
I have something to tell you.
No, no. Men, Joan...
不 不 我喜欢男人 琼
- not women. - So what?
- Well, I just told you. - So what?
I had my suspicions; I always did.
But we're not like other people.
We love each other in our own way,
and we can have the life together that we want.
You... you won't be the perfect husband.
Well, I can promise you,
I have no intention of being the perfect wife.
I'll not be... fixing your lamb all day
while you come home from the office.
And we'll have each other's company.
We'll have each other's minds.
That sounds like a better marriage than most.
Because I care for you.
And you care for me.
And we understand one another more than...
more than anyone else ever has.
- What? - Care for you.
I just needed you to break Enigma.
I've done that now, so... so you can go.
I'm not going anywhere.
I've spent entirely too much of my life worried about
what you think of me,
or what my parents think of me,
or the boys in Hut 8 or the girls in Hut 3.
And do you know what? I'm done.
This is the most important work I will ever do,
and no one is going to stop me. Least of all, you.
You know what, they were right.
Peter, Hugh, John.
彼得 休 约翰
You really are a monster.
The war dragged on for two more...
and every day we performed our blood-soaked calculus.
Every day we decided who lived and who died.
helped the Allies to victories, and nobody knew.
The Ardenne. The invasion of Normandy.
All victories that would not have been possible
without the intelligence that we supplied.
talk about the war as this epic battle between...
freedom versus tyranny, democracy versus Nazism,
armies of millions bleeding into the ground,
fleets of ships weighing down the oceans,
planes dropping bombs from the sky
until they obliterated the sun itself...
the war wasn't like that for us.
For us, it was just...
half a dozen crossword enthusiasts in a tiny village
in the South of England.
Victory of the cause of freedom
This is a solemn but glorious hour.
I wish that Franklin D. Roosevelt had lived to see this day.
Because... God didn't win the war.
So, what happens now?
Is it... back to university for us, I suppose?
But you've one thing left to do
before your service to your government in concluded.
- What's that? - Burn everything.
- Burn? Why? - You were told when you started
-烧掉 为什么 -你们开始工作那天就知道
this was a top-secret program. Did you think we were joking?
- But the war is over. - This war is. But there'll be others.
-可战争已经结束了 -这场是结束了 但未来还会有
And we know how to break a code
that everybody else believes is unbreakable.
Tear it down. Light it up.
Sweep away the ashes. None of you have ever met before.
None of you have ever even heard the word Enigma.
Have a safe trip home.
With a bit of luck, you'll never have to see me
or one another again for the rest of your lives.
you get to judge.
a machine? Am I a person?
you're no help to me at all.
You wanted to see me, sir?
Something the matter?
You and Christopher Morcom are quite close.
Well, your mathematics teacher says
the two of you are positively inseparable.
We're the best students in the class.
He caught you passing notes the other day.
Cryptography, to pass the time. The class is too simple.
You and your friend solve maths problems during maths class
because the maths class is too dull?
He's not my friend.
- Well, I'm told he's your only friend. - Who said that?
Something's come up concerning Morcom.
Christopher is dead.
His mother sent word this morning.
The family were on holiday, you see.
Well, he had bovine tuberculosis, as I'm sure he told you.
So, this won't come as a shock, but... still, all the same,
Did he not tell you?
Well, he's been sick for a long time. He knew this was coming soon.
But he had a stiff upper lip about it. Good lad.
- Are you all right, Turing? - Yes. Of course.
-你没事吧 图灵 -当然 没事
Like I said, I didn't know him very well.
I see. Very well.
May I leave, Headmaster?
I would have come.
I would have testified.
And what would you have said, that I... I wasn't a homosexual.
Alan... this is serious. They could send you to jail.
阿兰 这事非同小可 他们可以因此把你送进监狱
- Your hands. You're twitching. - No, I'm not.
-你的手 你在抽搐 -不 没有
It's the medication.
Well, the judge gave me a choice...
either two years in prison or hormonal therapy.
Oh, my God. Oh, my God.
Yes, yes, that's right. Chemical castration.
是的 没错 化学阉割
To... to cure me of my homosexual predilections.
Well, of course I chose that. I mean, I... couldn't...
work in prison, and...
Now, I'm going to speak to your doctors.
I'm going to speak to your lawyers.
- Please let me help you. - No, I don't need your help, thank you.
-请让我帮你 -不 我不需要你的帮助 谢谢
Alan, you do not have to do this alone.
Christopher's become so smart.
If I don't continue my treatment, then they'll...
they'll take him away from me.
You can't let them do that. You can't.
You... you can't let them leave me alone.
I don't... I don't want to be alone. I don't want to be alone.
我不想 我不想自己一个人 我不想自己一个人
All ri... all right, all right. All right.
好吧 好吧 没事了
It's all right. Come and sit down.
It's all right. Come and sit down.
that's a much nicer ring than the one I made you.
Yes. His name's Jock.
He's an Army man, if you can believe it.
We work together.
Why don't we do a crossword puzzle.
It'll only take us five minutes. Or, in your case, six.
You got what you wanted, didn't you?
No one normal could have done that.
Do you know, this morning...
I was on a train that went through a city that wouldn't exist
if it wasn't for you.
I bought a ticket from a man
who would likely be dead if it wasn't for you.
I read up on my work...
a whole field of scientific inquiry
that only exists because of you.
Now, if you wish you could have been normal...
I can promise you I do not.
The world is an infinitely better place
precisely because you weren't.
do you really think that?
that sometimes it is the people who no one imagines anything of
who do the things that no one can imagine.