Set in the sixties, except for the first and last bits, this is the story of Laura Quinn (Demi Moore), a female executive of the London Diamond Corporation who gets repeatedly passed over for the management position that she feels she richly deserves.
First person in to the office, and last out at night, she gets more and more frustrated, lonely and depressed, until Mr. Hobbs the janitor (Sir Michael Caine) makes her an offer she can't afford to refuse.
She soon finds out that there's a lot more to Hobbs than she'd imagined, and a lot less diamonds in the vault than she thought there would be.
This is a reasonably good movie, well acted by Moore, Caine and Lambert Wilson (the Merovingian guy from the Matrix movies), except for a couple of things.
1. The heist itself isn't the most thrilling (or inventive) you've seen 2. The modern day intro and closing scenes detract from the movie
Short Attention Span Summary (SASS)
1. `60s hairstyles and clothes add ten years to an actress 2. Women who work with glass ceilings shouldn't drop stones 3. Diamonds are forever, but employment isn't 4. Janitors really know how to clean up