The Historic Tennesse Theater was the site for a red carpet affair.
Thursday night, the film "Remote Area Medical" debuted.
The documentary is about health care for the poor in the United States and it's taken from a patient's pont of view.
Around 1,500 people, including some of Tennessee's most prominent people, attended the special viewing.
One of those was RAM founder Stan Brock.
"I think it is going to be a real eye opener, based in Knoxville., national operation trying to make a difference," Brock told us.
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