Class Written All Over It

“New product from Bright Star director Jane Campion is always welcome,” the Guardian says about the New Zealander’s six-part television series, Top of the Lake, which is showing in the Berlinale Special section at this year’s festival. “Starring Mad Men’s Elisabeth Moss as a detective on the track of a missing child-abuse victim in rural New Zealand, this has class written all over it.” The Hollywood Reporter describes the series as “startling”, “shocking” and “right up there with the best … popular crime-and-family-driven television series of recent years.” Variety calls Top of the Lake “absorbing and richly atmospheric”.


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