Un soir de mars sera en compétition cet été pour le prix du meilleur court-métrage international au Burien Film Festival, à Washington, USA.
« In a dimly lit pub in Paris, director Minster Joseph takes us through overlapping conversations and lives in what appears to be a single, unbroken shot. There is tension from the start as one group of friends discusses a recent violent incident. A pair of young women chat and flirt with the handsome bartender Samir, who seems modest and good-natured, until he receives a message. The tensions and suspicions mount as a visitor arrives asking for him. In the end, the bar patrons and audience alike may see their expectations subverted, based on their experience of noir and thriller genres, and the current political climate. »