Zebrahead (film)

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Promotional film poster
Directed by Anthony Drazan
Produced by Jeff Dowd
Charles Mitchell
Written by Anthony Drazan
Music by Taj Mahal
Cinematography Maryse Alberti
Edited by Elizabeth Kling
Distributed by Triumph Releasing Corporation
Release dates
October 23, 1992
Running time
100 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Box office $1,468,300 (USA)

Zebrahead is a 1992 drama film, produced by Oliver Stone, written and directed by Anthony Drazan and starring Michael Rapaport and N'Bushe Wright.[1]

Set in Detroit, Michigan, the film is about an interracial romance between a white teenage boy and a black teenage girl and the resulting tensions among the characters. The film also stars Kevin Corrigan, Ray Sharkey, Lois Bendler.


Zebrahead has an overall approval rating of 71% on Rotten Tomatoes.[2]


A soundtrack containing hip hop and R&B music was released on October 13, 1992 through Ruffhouse Records. It is best known for containing Nas' first single "Halftime".

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