2001 Drama/Romance Rated R 115 Minutes
|Made for TV
|On 4K UHD
|June 19, 2001
Based on the novel by best-selling author Terry McMillan, DISAPPEARING ACTS takes a close look at what it takes to make love real. After the laughter and the love-making, how hard must two people work and how much must they sacrifice, to still be there the morning after. Construction worker Franklin Swift meets Zora Banks when she moves into her renovated brownstone. She's an aspiring singer/songwriter who teaches at a public school. He works construction while dreaming of having his own business. But not by himself. Franklin wants Zora by his side. It takes strength to build a life. It takes strength to keep love alive. Sometimes you can't do both. Franklin faces challenges at work and Zora faces the challenge of her chosen career and choosing Franklin. Together they will soon discover that it's easy to build a love affair and hard to make it last.
Rated R for sexuality and language.
Released by HBO Home Entertainment. See more credits.