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27 November 2012 (Venezuela) See more »
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5 wins & 4 nominations See more »
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  (in credits order)

Guillermo Garcia ... Diego (as Guillermo García)
Ignacio Montes ... Armando
Hilda Abrahamz ... Delirio del Río
Carolina Torres ... Perla Marina

Alexander Da Silva ... Racso
Sócrates Serrano ... Fabrizio

Elba Escobar ... Rocío
Beatriz Valdés ... Estrellita
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Daniela Alvarado ... Patricia

Mauricio Gomez Amoretti ... Kevin
Aroldo Betancourt ... Luis Fernando
William Goite ... Elvys
Ivan Gonzalez Roa ... Paquito
Juan Carlos Lares ... Cristóbal
Diego Armando Salazar ... Obstetra
Arlette Torres ... Valentina
Juan Jesús Valverde ... Paco

Directed by
Miguel Ferrari 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Miguel Ferrari 

Produced by
Rodolfo Cova .... executive producer
Miguel Ferrari .... executive producer
Antonio Hens .... executive producer (as Antonio Hens Córdova)
Jesus Hernandez .... producer
Marianela Illas .... line producer
Maria Soledad Lopez .... producer: locations
Soledad Lopez .... producer (locations)
Original Music by
Sergio de la Puente 
Cinematography by
Alexandra Henao 
Film Editing by
Miguel Angel Garcia 
Casting by
Mireya Guanipa 
Production Design by
Marcelo Pont Vergés 
Art Direction by
Marcelo Pont Vergés 
Costume Design by
Patricia Busquets 
Makeup Department
Mariela Barrios .... makeup artist
Production Management
Alejandra Castro .... production coordinator
Marianela Illas .... production manager (as Nella Illas)
Nuria Ricote .... unit production manager
Gabriela Velasquez .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Valeria Valentina Bolívar .... second assistant director (as Valeria Bolívar)
Luisa De La Ville .... first assistant director
Art Department
José Félix Machado .... set dresser
Sound Department
David Alvarez Zerpa .... sound editor
Nacho Arenas .... sound recordist (Spain)
Gabriel Delgado Petersen .... dialogue editor
Gabriel Delgado Petersen .... sound editor
Gustavo González .... dialogue editor
Gustavo González .... re-recording mixer
Gustavo González .... sound designer
Gustavo González .... supervising sound editor
Jorge Gutiérrez Jiménez .... re-recording mixer
Richard Alexis Perciante Carballo .... sound editor
Richard Alexis Perciante Carballo .... sound effects editor
Manu Robles .... boom operator: Spain
Frank Rojas .... sound
Visual Effects by
Evans Briceño .... visual effects supervisor
Camera and Electrical Department
Michael Carrero .... electrician
Adrián Geyer .... still photographer
Alexandra Henao .... camera operator
José Luis Martínez Díaz .... digital imaging technician: Spain
Pedro Mercado .... assistant camera
Frank Morgado .... first assistant camera
Carlos Novoa .... second assistant camera
José Ojeda .... electrician
Nelson Rojas .... gaffer
Yanis Valero .... electrician
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Luisa Jacinta Aveledo .... assistant costume designer
Patricia Busquets .... costume supervisor
Editorial Department
Edwin Esmeral .... assistant editor
Eduardo Garcia .... on-set media manager
Alejandro Perez Morales .... director of digital intermediate and DCP
Emilio Pittier Garcia .... digital colorist
Music Department
Nus Cuevas .... composer: additional music (additional music)
Other crew
Federico Carmona .... executive production coordinator
Justin Cook .... publicist
Adrián Geyer .... making of
Rodrigo Llamozas .... marketing & distribution
Nieves Melero .... script supervisor

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Azul y no tan rosa" - Venezuela (original title)
"Blue and Not So Pink" - International (English title) (literal English title)
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114 min
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1 See more »

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Venezuelan actress Arlette Torres, a resident of Madrid, took Japanese lessons before shooting began to play the role of Valentina.See more »
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30 out of 32 people found the following review useful.
Great movie, 20 December 2012
Author: davidagnino from Caracas, Venezuela

I'm not very fan of Venezuelan movies, basically because most of them are about the same people and have the same plot: Crime in Caracas' poor zones(barrios).

This one, is one of the few jewels of Venezuelan cinema that shows another face of the life in this country. Miguel Ferrari takes a risk in writing and directing a movie about gay love (as his first movie) in a country which is divided in its opinions about the whole "gay" subject and which is pretty more traditionalist and conservative than other Latin countries, like Mexico or Argentina, where they actually debate the topic of gay marriage. Venezuela is pretty years away from having a serious discussion of the "gay rights" topic on a governmental level. At street level it's the same: Hate crimes against gay or transsexual people are quite common and other types of discriminations are always present in every level of life. Miguel Ferrari writes and directs a story about just that subject: Gay love, discrimination and hate crimes, even knowing that it would shorten its public, but he does it in such a way that achieves to get the topic in everybody's mouth.

The art direction is great. So is the music score. As soon a the very first scene hits the screen you realize you are about to see quality material where the sound, music and photography is taken care of. The characters are well drawed and believable in every possible way. The tone of the movie is very challenging for viewers used to fast-action films, but the director achieves in creating slow moments that can get to your heart and avoids the "boring effect" that slowly-pased movies tend to cause.

The secondary topics of the movie (Transgender, domestic violence, anorexic people and people not pleased with their bodies) are also well portrayed with humor, drama and a message to the audience. But as one chartacter of the movie points out by saying "I'm going to talk about diversity" This movie is actually about diversity, and the different types of love one feels in one's life: The love to your friends, the love to the family, romantic love, love for your job and the love to yourself.

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