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Hîrtia va fi albastrã ()


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Out of enthusiasm, a Militia soldier abandons his platoon and decides to fight for the cause of the Revolution. His Lieutenant and the rest of the crew look for him during the confused night of 22-23 December 1989.

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Adi Carauleanu ...
Lt. Neagu
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Dragos
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Bogdan
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Vasile
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Aurel
Dana Dogaru ...
Dna Andronescu
Ion Sapdaru ...
Craciun
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Lt. Deleanu
Alexandru Georgescu ...
Lt. Voinescu
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Virgil Aioanei ...
Soldat Vila
Valentin Antofi ...
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Ranit (as Doru Boguta)
Viorel Comanici ...
Maior Costinas
Constantin Dita ...
Panghe
Claudiu Dumitru ...
Revolutionar 2
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Dorina
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Georgescu
Andrei Traian ...
Col. Argaseala
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Angela
Adrian Vancica ...
Sg. Pana

Directed by

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Radu Muntean

Written by

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Alexandru Baciu ... ()
 
Radu Muntean ... ()
 
Razvan Radulescu ... ()

Produced by

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Dragos Potop ... line producer
Dragos Vilcu ... executive producer / producer

Cinematography by

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Tudor Lucaciu

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Andu Radu ... (as Alexandru Radu)

Editorial Department

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Claudiu Doaga ... colourist / telecine colourist
Benedek Kabán ... digital film colorist
Judit Szép ... film grader

Production Design by

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Tutulan Camelia
Sorin Dima

Costume Design by

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Silvana Bratu

Makeup Department

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Gabi Cretan ... key makeup artist
Andrea Dardea Tesdall ... assistant makeup artist (as Andreea Dardea)
Clara Tudose ... hair stylist

Production Management

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Raul Cosma ... unit manager
Carmen Pepelea ... assistant production manager
Dragos Potop ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Stanca Radu ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Mihai Alecsa ... construction coordinator
Cosmin Cornisor ... prop buyer
Ilie Mihai ... construction coordinator
Mihai Stanciu ... head painter
Rosca Stefan ... painter
Dan Toma ... props
Adrian Ungureanu ... painter (2006)

Sound Department

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Nicolae Comarzan ... boom operator
Electric Brother ... sound designer
Dragos Stanomir ... sound mixer (as Stanomir Dragos)

Special Effects by

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Emil Ardeleanu ... special effects technician
Adrian Nica ... special effects technician
Adrian Popescu ... special effects
Mihai Tudoran ... special effects technician

Visual Effects by

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Kuki ... visual effects producer
Liviu Miron ... visual effects editor

Stunts

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Razvan Puiu ... stunt coordinator (as Rasvan Puiu)
Doru Raceala ... stunt arranger

Camera and Electrical Department

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Laurentiu Bogatu ... electrician
Calin Constantin ... gaffer
Butnariu Daniel ... video assistant
Marian Duca ... key grip
Florica George ... electrician
Doru Perneac ... electrician
Ivan Giany Roberto ... assistant camera
Catalin Stoica ... best boy grip
Gheorghe Ursescu ... best boy

Location Management

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Lucian Asan ... location manager

Script and Continuity Department

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Elena Ene ... script supervisor

Additional Crew

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Adrian Smeu ... production coordinator

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Storyline

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Also Known As
  • The Paper Will Be Blue (World-wide, English title)
  • The Paper Will Be Blue (United States)
  • Das Papier wird blau sein (Germany)
  • Das Papier wird blau (Germany)
  • Jelszó: A papír kékre vált (Hungary)
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Runtime
  • 95 min
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Budget EUR700,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Goofs Viorel Voinescu is a man in his 50s, way too old to be only a lieutenant. See more »
Quotes Lt. Neagu: [The engine starts working with a loud noise.] I said wait a second.
Dragos: No, I'm just turning on the engine; it's already freezing.
Vasile: There were snowstorms this time last winter.
Dragos: We're lucky it's warm outside, or else no one would have started a fucking revolution.
Lt. Neagu: Don't say that; the cold was one of the reasons that drove people to the revolution too.
Dragos: The cold in their homes. But it's warm outside.
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