Tobias Truvillion’s Debut Film Role: ‘Harlem’s Beauty’
- 09 March, 2018
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‘Harlem’s Beauty,’ Tobias Truvillion’s first film role, was written and directed by Mark Mckenzie and independently released in 2002.
Synopsis: For some unfortunate reason, a white family moves into Harlem temporarily. The father sticks to his prejudice character. The mother starts an affair with a Black lesbian. When the son’s new Harlem Black friend, Yummy, played by Tobias Truvillion, goes to jail, he falls in love with Yummy’s girlfriend. He adapts to his new afrocentric surroundings and starts enjoying partaking in the lifestyle–until Yummy comes out of jail and all hell breaks loose.