Demet Akbag

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Winter Sleep

By: Addison Wylie Toronto’s new year begins with Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s observant film, Winter Sleep.  The film is subdued and often quietly alluring.  Ceylan’s central theme even transcends into the more technical building blocks of the film, giving audiences open cinematography that’s filled with details that always have our eyes grazing across its palette. But when you sign on for Winter’s Sleep, you’re in for the long haul.  While you may hear wonderful, deserving praise…