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How Many Episodes Of "Top of the Lake" Have You Seen?
Obsessed with the disappearance of a 12-year-old pregnant girl near a freezing lake in New Zealand, a brave detective will find herself up against small-town secrets and a side of herself that was meticulously kept at bay.
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In New Zealand's rugged and mountainous South Island, an unripe 12-year-old pregnant girl is found up to her chest in the lake's glacial waters. She is already five months pregnant, moreover, she keeps the father's name to herself.
Unexpectedly, Tui has mysteriously disappeared, so Robin organises a thorough investigation focusing on possible suspects and someone with a rather dark history, while in the meantime, she pays a visit to Matt who is strangely indifferent.
The search for missing Tui continues under GJ's ominous prophecies, fruitless investigations and elusive secrets, while in the meantime, the gruesome finding of a dead man and a concealed small grave will upset Robin.
Robin who is becoming obsessed with missing Tui's case is forced to unearth her painful past, while in the background, there is an outburst of violence in Paradise and an incident of suppressed aggression that will bear unforeseen results.
Unexpectedly, Al puts Robin back on Tui's case, moreover, Johnno is forced to make a sad disclosure as Jude is facing imminent death, while at the same time, the cryptic Jamie is as close as an oyster.
Miraculously, Tui who is alive returns to the safety of Paradise, while Matt, who takes matters into his own hands combing the mountains with a posse of hand-picked men, seems to be ultimately willing to make a startling confession.
Robin is squashed under the burden of Matt's disclosures, nevertheless, she will gather up her remaining strength for a valiant ultimate effort to locate Tui, utterly unprepared however for the inconceivable truth that lies before her.
In the wake of New Zealand's devastating events, troubled Detective Robin returns to Sydney for a fresh start, however, the wounds of the past are deep and angry, moreover, a suitcase with a rather appalling content summons dark memories.
The gruesome sight of a decomposed Asian Jane Doe sends shivers down the spine, furthermore, a long-awaited meeting and an utterly unforeseen finding will give at last a new meaning in life as well as a vigorous thrust in the case.
Robin follows a hunch after the grave and unanticipated mismatched DNA results, additionally, she struggles to make up for lost time while an inescapable encounter with a sour remnant from New Zealand will lead to incendiary consequences.
Out of the blue, a Silk 41 regular offers a probably pivotal breakthrough, furthermore, Mary's 18th birthday will yield the fruits of shock and devotion, hand in hand with a sinful suggestion and an appalling paroxysm of violence.
At last, Robin has a positive identification of the unfortunate China Girl, in the background of a bitter, still, head-to-head clash between kith and kin and an unbearably insatiable thirsting for a sacrifice in the name of love.
After the senseless shooting at Silk 41, one ends up dead and a sex worker is held hostage, while in the background of an acrimonious manifesto, all clues will inevitably lead Robin back to where it all started: the sun-kissed Bondi Beach.