A black familys move into a privileged world of white 1970s suburbia triggers provocative results in this eye-opening tale about being true to yourself and showing your true colors. Tom Spader (Emmy nominee Danny Glover, The Royal Tenenbaums) is an African American attorney who is determined to end the colored mans losing streak. With a burning ambition to succeed in a white mans world, he gets his chance by winning a high-profile casethe defense of a white man accused of a shocking hate crime. Thrust into the limelight as a hot-shot lawyer, he moves his wife Mabel (Emmy, Golden Globe, and Oscar winner Whoopi Goldberg, Ghost), and their two kids out of their lower middle class town and into the posh, white enclave of Greenwich, Connecticut, which at first, seems like paradise. Executive produced by Emmy nominee Spike Lee and reuniting acclaimed actors Whoopi Goldberg and Danny Glover for the first time on screen since The Color Purple, Good Fences packs a spiky, satiric punch. Its a bitterly funny and a bracingly honest look behind the barriers of class, racism, and success in America.