Detective Robin Griffin has returned to Sydney and is trying to rebuild her life.
Armed with the fact that China Girl was pregnant, Robin launches into the investigation.
Robin ignores the threat of Al Parker's case against her.
Robin and Miranda discover China Girl worked at the brothel where Mary's boyfriend lives.
Miranda drops a bombshell that brings her closer to the dead girl.
Robin and Pyke are desperate to find out if hostage Mary is alive.
Matt reveals a secret that almost destroys Robin as the investigation reaches its shocking conclusion.
Robin is back on the case. Matt gathers troops to hunt his daughter down and Tui's friends trek deep into the mountains to celebrate her birthday, with tragic consequences.
A violent indiscretion sees Robin thrown off the case but she can't let go. Her passionate affair with Johnno, Tui's half-brother, intensifies and complicates.
Robin makes a breakthrough in her investigation but Al warns that her own dark past is colouring her judgement.
Robin's search for the pregnant 12-year-old Tui in the vast southern wilderness starts to uncover secrets in the small community living on the edge of Paradise.
From Oscar-winning writer/director Jane Campion and the producers of The King's Speech, comes a powerful and haunting mystery, Top of the Lake. Twelve-year-old Tui, daughter of the local drug lord Matt Mitcham (Peter Mullan) and his third wife, walks into the freezing waters of a lake. When rescued, she is discovered to be five months pregnant and won't say who the father is. Then she disappears. Called in to find her is a gutsy but inexperienced detective Robin Griffin (Elisabeth Moss). As she becomes more and more obsessed with the search, and talks to the town's inhabitants, she begins to realise that finding Tui is tantamount to finding herself.
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