1950s B/W about the suburbs. Several neighbor families in a new suburb. The families are all white but from different socioeconomic classes, professionals, tradesmen, white-collar workers all living in harmony. Not all of them have children.
One of the men, played by someone who looks a bit like Charles Bronson, is angry. The plot hinges on this.
The conflict ends as he is on his carport working under his car when the jack slips and he is crushed under the wheel. His wife and kid presumably move away, much happier now that their angry husband/father is gone, but also with trepidation because in spite of it all, they loved him and he was the breadwinner.