See full summary » It's 1967 and Eli Rosenberg has a problem; only one medical school in the country will accept him: Meharry Medical College, an all-black medical school in Tennessee, a considerable distance from his life in Brooklyn, New York.
Michael Dubois also has a problem; only one medical school in the country will do for him: Meharry Medical College, his successful father's alma mater, and therefore his, whether he likes it or not.
Even in movies, these two actors have not been cast together after their stint in Jill had just come out of a divorce from her first marriage when she was shooting for the movie.He has also been a memorable guest star on “Law & Order”, “All Of Us”, “House Of Payne” and the popular TV movie mini-series "The Temptations" as 'Jimmy Ruffin'. While speaking to blackfilm.com, both Rucker and Boutte shared their experiences on working on a film filled with so much love and talent. Lamman Rucker: Actually, unfortunately, that’s very true.We talked about how to stay in communication earlier.Both Eli and Michael have a problem: they are two outsiders from radically different backgrounds forced to work together inside the pressure cooker of medical school in the turbulent 1960s.Together they battle the intricate mysteries of medicine, demanding professors, and each other in their quest to, ultimately, become healers in the Service To Man.