Unshackled is the unforgettable story of two men. One, Harold Morris, was white - a sharecropper's son from South Carolina. The other, Marcus 'Doc' Odomes, was black - raised by his mother in inner city New York. Both were doing life sentences in Georgia State Penitentiary when the prison was forced to integrate under federal mandate. It was the last prison in America to do so. They were thrown into an eight-foot by ten-foot cell and the door was slammed shut. This is their story.