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Critic Reviews for Zebrahead
In the absence of the usual teen-movie pyrotechnics, Zebrahead has a quiet, stagy style, more like a 1950's teleplay with a social conscience than a stormy present-day tale of racial strife.
Zebrahead is not so much a movie as notes toward a movie - a good one, judging by what's on the screen.
In Anthony Drazan's enjoyably offbeat Zebrahead, racial definition is the least important thing about anybody.
Zebrahead is a thoughtful film that speaks honestly and hopefully to urban teens. Drazan has earned his stripes.
Audience Reviews for Zebrahead
Wasn't this Michael Rappaport's breakout film? I'm not sure, but anyways, I admit I fell in love with him when I first saw this. Tall good-looking white guy But what black girl wouldn't? I mean, tall good-looking white guy like that, all "down-with-the-brown" and all...? LOL Just kidding
Great movie. A must see if you haven't. It proves how the world is not accepting towards interracial couples.
I LOVE THIS MOVIE. ONE OF MY FAVORITE MOVIES THAT DEAL WITH INTERRACIAL RELATIONSHIPS AND THE EFFECT IT IS ON OUR RACES. MICHAEL RAPPAPORT AND N'BUSHE WRIGHT ARE A CUTE COUPLE. ITS A MUST SEE FOR ALL.
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