as Dominic's Mother
as Mr. Cimino
as Mrs. Wilson
as Mr. Modell
as Mrs. Jones
as Marlene's Boyfriend
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.
The movie takes us to the two places where bigotry are both nurtured and perpetuated, the home (here single parent) and the racially diverse school, where the youngsters prove more mature and open-minded than their parents.
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