Topic is the criminally good streaming service from Kino Lorber and First Look Entertainment for thrillers, mysteries, dramas and documentaries from around the world, serving viewers who crave entertainment beyond the mainstream. Whether it’s a Nordic-noir crime thriller (The Killing), an Italian supernatural drama (Christian), or a haunting true crime docu-series from the UK (The Missing Children), Topic expands your view of the world.
An ordinary day quickly takes a turn when six coworkers learn a flight they were meant to be on has crashed—leaving no survivors. But gratitude gives way to something darker, and sets the group on an unexpected path. Aired in Russia as Polyot.
One of the survivors, Igor Zhabenko, discusses the ways in which his life has begun to spiral in the wake of the crash. Meanwhile, details emerge about the group’s nefarious plot—and hint that things may not go exactly according to plan.
Once quiet and reserved, life post-crash sees Ilyusha letting a once-hidden anger out for all to see. An invitation for coffee sets off a chain of events that leads to a questionable interaction with Ira and a potentially illicit encounter.
Once confident and self-assured, Dimitry finds that life after the crash has left the image he has of himself in shambles and he begins a pattern of self destructive behaviors. Meanwhile, details of the group’s plan continue to emerge.
Like the other survivors, Kitty begins a pattern of self-destructive behavior, before making a shocking revelation to her fiancé, Roman. The group’s plot reaches an apparent impasse as they’re surrounded by armed men in balaclavas.
After her brush with death, Katya decides to make a plan for her family’s future—but quickly comes to realize that not everything with her children is as it seems. Back at the office, questions start to arise about Ira’s dealings.
Details of the group’s plot become clearer as a mysterious figure hauls Dimitry in for answers. The events at the summer camp finally laid bare, the group realizes there’s a mole among them—but who could it be?
While the group has gone their separate ways, the question remains: are they really safe from the consequences of their actions, or would each of them have been better off dying in that fateful plane crash instead?