If you can't imagine Peggy from Mad Men
as a hardened New Zealand detective investigating the case of a missing pregnant 12-year-old, then join the club. At the seven-hour premiere (six hours of viewing material, plus breaks) of her new Jane Campion
miniseries, Top of the Lake, Elisabeth Moss
explained just how hard she had to fight to get taken seriously for the starring role. Good thing Campion has an open mind; it's a brave, epic performance, with Moss revealing not just her inner–Clarice Starling, but also outer parts of herself we've never seen onscreen. We talked to Moss about her many sex scenes and why she didn't feel the need to actually spend the night at the camp in the movie, where damaged fortysomething women sleep in shipping crates.Did you actually sit through all six hours?No, just five and six. I’ve seen the first four.