When she finds her husband (Dennis Quaid) with another man, a Connecticut housewife (Julianne Moore) finds herself dealing with infidelity and the racial tension that epitomized the late 1950s at the advent of the Civil Rights movement in America. As a coping mechanism to deal with the emotional turmoil, she develops an unlikely friendship with her African-American gardener (Dennis Haysbert), who's full of sage wisdom.
was the deliberate effort of the firm makers to copy the 1955 look of the Rock Hudson/Jane Wyman movie
"All That Heaven Allows".
They did an excellent job. Changed the story line a bit, and the title, but many similarities.