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One Night in March (2013) ** 1/2 (out of 4) Nice documentary taking a look at the 1963 Mississippi State basketball squad who defied certain members of their school and state by deciding to take the offer to enjoy in the NCAA Tournament. In previous years, when Mississippi State were invited, they turned down the occasion because the school didn't wish their white users going up vs squads with blacks. ONE NIGHT IN MARCH says a cute necessary storyline but if you're expecting the same lvl or quality of ESPN's 30 for 30 series then you're going to be disappointed. I'm not sure if there's a longer ver out there but the one I watched ran under 30-minutes and this just wasn't enough time to give us more details, which were needed. The movie cute much gives you all the primary facts about what happened from the squad winning the invite to sneaking out of the state and then their minigame vs Loyala. While watching the movie its difficult to imagine that these happenings took zone such a short time ago. It's difficult to trust that squads were kept out of the competition because of certain beliefs that they shouldn't enjoy vs colourful teams. The movie does a nice job at saying us about what happened but there's no question that more features were needed.
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