You're a bit like my dad. He's dead. No, sorry.
Molly, please don't feel the need to make conversation,
it's really not your area.
When he was dying, he was always cheerful, he was lovely,
except when he thought no-one could see.
我见过一次 他满脸哀伤 茉莉
I saw him once, he looked sad. Molly.
You look sad, when you think he can't see you.
Are you OK?
And don't just say you are, because I know what that means,
looking sad when you think no-one can see you.
You can see me. I don't count.
What I'm trying to say is, that if there's anything I can do,
anything you need, anything at all, you can have me.
不 我是说 你需要什么我都会帮忙
No, I just mean, I mean, if there's anything you need, it's fine.
But what can I need from you?
Nothing. I don't know.
You could probably say thank you, actually.
I'm just going to go and get some crisps. Do you want anything?
It's OK, I know you don't.
Well, actually, maybe I'll...
I know you don't.
This envelope that was in her trunk, there's another one.
今天扔在我们门口的 对 你看
On our doorstep. Found it today. Yes, and look at that.
Look at that, exactly the same seal.
面包屑 嗯 我一回来就看见了
Breadcrumbs. Uh-huh. It was there when I got back.
A little trace of breadcrumbs.
Hardback copy of Fairy Tales.
Two children led into the forest by a wicked father,
follow a little trail of breadcrumbs.
That's Hansel and Gretel.
What sort of kidnapper leaves clues?
The sort that likes to boast, that thinks it's a game.
He sat in our flat and he said these exact words to me...
"All fairy tales need a good old-fashioned villain."
The fifth substance, it's part of the tale. The witch's house.
The glycerol molecule.
PGPR! What's that?
It's used in making chocolate.
This fax arrived an hour ago.
What have you got for us?
We need to find a place in the city
where all five of these things intersect.
白垩粉 沥青 砖粉 植被
Chalk, asphalt, brick dust, vegetation.
What - chocolate?!
I think we're looking for a disused sweet factory.
We need to narrow that down.
A sweet factory with asphalt?
不 太宽泛了 得精确点
No, too general. Something more specific.
白垩粉 白垩土 在地质学上已经够精确了
Chalk, chalky clay. That's a far thinner band of geology.内容来自 听力课堂网：http://www.tingclass.net/show-9653-342584-1.html