Scene from Top of the Lake (2013) with cinematography by Adam Arkapaw.
Celebrating the stellar career of AACTA, AFI, Deadly and Logie award-winning actor Deborah Mailman.
Screenwriter Wendy Hanna reflects on the legacy of Australia's most iconic soap.
Sonia (Lynn Rainbow) discovers why she will always be ‘the other woman’ to Gordon (Joe James), a married man; his wife (Shirley Cameron) won’t divorce him because of her Catholicism.
Bev (Abigail) is none too happy to discover her mother Claire Houghton (Thelma Scott) waiting inside her apartment. Claire is demanding some answers about her daughter’s present lifestyle.
Dorrie (Pat McDonald) and Herb Evans (Ron Shand) receive a visit from the snobbish Claire Houghton (Thelma Scott) who unwittingly gives Dorrie a brand new title.
In Norma’s wine bar, Norma (Sheila Kennelly) and Weppo (Roger Ward) discuss the new barman.
Arnold (Jeff Kevin) has a heart-to-heart chat with Norma (Sheila Kennelly) about Rhonda.
Summary by Andrew Mercado
Rhonda (Justine Saunders) confesses her love for Arnold (Jeff Kevin) and Dorrie (Pat McDonald) forbids Junior (Curt Jansen) from seeing a ‘brazen hussy’.
The building’s wine bar is about to open up for the evening rush but Norma Whittaker (Sheila Kennelly) can’t figure out why Jane Chester hasn’t turned up for her shift (she’s too busy dealing with