Top of the Lake

Top of the Lake

Top of the Lake is a mystery drama series by Campion and Garth Davis, written by Jane Campion and Gerard Lee. It was televised in 2013 and the following, Top of the Lake: China Girl, was broadcast in 2017. It marks the first TV job since An Angel at My Table in 1990.

The series was initially conceived as an Australian Broadcasting Company co-production. But after Moss was cast as Robin, before production was initiated, the network funded an Australian actress through an arrangement before production was initiated. Series 1 follows detective Griffin (Elisabeth Moss) and investigates the disappearance in New Zealand of a pregnant 12-year-old child. Five years later, Series II, China Girl, was in Sydney, investigating the death of an unsuccessdden Asian girl on Bondi Beach. Series 2: China Girl.

Bbc Two, UK BBC UKTV, Australia and New Zealand co-produced Top of the Lake, and US-based Sundance channel. It was typically greeted quite well.

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Release of the series

At the Sundance Film Festival in January 2013, Top of the Lake was discussed in its entirety, with one sporadic and a break for lunch, in a one-hour meeting. This was the first such performance in the festival’s history. The 63rd Berlin International Film Festival also showed Top of the Bay.

The American launch occurred on 18 March 2013 on the channel Sundance, on BBC UKTV in Australia on 24 March 2013, and on BBC UKTV on 25 March.

China Girl was seen even at the Cannes Film Festival in May 2017. On 27 July 2017, the U.K. first on BBC Two. In the United States, it premiered on Sundance TV in September 2017 and every episode will be on Hulu on SundanceTV the same day it is screened. China Girl first on CBC Television in Canada on 25 October 2017.

The cast of the show

  • Elisabeth Moss as Robin Griffin
  • David Wenham as Al Parker
  • Peter Mullan as Matt Mitcham
  • Tom Wright as Johnno Mitcham
  • Holly Hunter as GJ
  • Jacqueline Joe as Tui Angel Mitcham