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Set in a remote mountain town in New Zealand, "Top of the Lake" centers on the disappearance of both 12-year-old Tui, who is five weeks pregnant. She is last seen standing chest deep in an icy lake, and all attention is focused on inexperienced detective Robin Griffin, who directs the investigation in precisely the exact same city where she suffered traumatic events decades before. Not only if she locate Tui, but Robin also embarks on a trip of self-discovery.
Episodes included: Episode 1, E1, S2E1, Episode 2, E2, S2E2, Episode 3, E3, S2E3, Episode 4, E4, S2E4, Episode 5, E5, S2E5, Episode 6, E6, S2E6, Episode 7, E7, S2E7
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| Genre : Crime
| Resolution : 720p
| Language : English
| Quality : HDTV
| Release year : 2017
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Previously on "Top of the Lake" series
Jane Campion's television miniseries Top of the Lake, co-created with Gerard Lee, is a dark mystery, one which employs the landscape of New Zealand to explore those hidden secrets that come flooding out with only a scratch upon the earth and skin. It's the sort of work that keeps punching you in the emotional gut while at exactly the exact same time providing you strange dreams of metaphysical bliss. There are shades of her prior work, with the intrusion of pseudo-deities, myth and ritual, and gender clash and violence. As a police officer specializing in crimes involving children, she's called in to attempt to discover out who the culprit is. Meanwhile, a group of women, headed by GJ, have set up a sort of spiritual retreat beside the neighborhood lake.
Certainly, it's hard for any film or series to be shot in NZ, showing its extraordinary landscape of mountains and forests, without thinking of Lord of the Rings. However, this isn't a fantasy world of wizards and magic. Mullan's Matt is a nasty bit of work. A consummate actor, Mullan finds the tiny shreds of humanity inside, as Matt longs for his daughter's return and has an Oedipal-like obsession with his dead mother. But make no mistake, crossing this man means your death: his bite is much worse than his bark, and his bark is really terrifying.
Hunter's GJ is another sort of god: in many ways, like Matt, she's equally as cruel, as her advice to her followers is hard as a stone. But she cuts with words, and she is able to cut anyone, man or woman, and she isn't unsympathetic. Trapped between these two is Robin; Moss puts in a remarkably layered performance as a woman irrevocably damaged by a terrible trauma, having managed to turn her life into a force for good, but the damage is brought out by the return home.
The principal thrust of the allegory and situations really are about the gender divide, how women and men approach life/love/violence/the body differently. But even Robin's boss Al, in an awesome performance by Wenham, who's at Matt's pocket, makes it crystal clear that, even though he might respect Robin's job for a police officer, he'll still cut her down to being 'just a woman' in the blink of an eye. As a friend pointed out, all of the male characters are in 1 manner or another. The girls at the retreat are in 1 way escaping the confines of gender roles forced upon them by society; they are both the chorus of a Greek tragedy and the Furies, prepared to strike. Camion groups these women together in 1 area, as if suggesting this is the only means that women can escape the trap.
The tension in every episode tightens like a vice, and from 1 episode to the next. The dialogue is excellent, but it's what happens between the lines, in the spaces when one actor finishes a line, looking at another character, and Campion shifts the camera, that the actual story comes through. Make no mistake, there's nothing subtle about the characters or their intentions. Everything is laid out in the open: the men make it crystal clear they have the power, both political and physical, and the women make it crystal clear they won't tolerate this anymore, even as they continue to fall prey to it, or try to reach out to the men with kindness. So, sorry guys, with the exception of a couple of the male characters, you don't come out looking good in this. But considering the dearth of women's voices in film and television, I didn't have an issue with this.
It comes down to the violence: the violence of the land upon the body, violence of men against women and how women are often powerless to resist it off, and the envy that men have of women's bodies and the capacity to procreate that leads to such violence. This is a physical series, and one which is going to influence the spectator physically; I was a wreck after the penultimate episode. It's also a nod, not only to Campion's genius as a filmmaker, but the new long form television form, which gives filmmakers like Campion a opportunity to come up with work that major film studios don't have any interest in. With amazing art management, elite performances, along with a compelling narrative, this is undoubtedly the best thing I have seen on tv this season, or in several years past.
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