Anthony Drazan's interracial love story Zebrahead comes to DVD with a widescreen anamorphic transfer that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of 1.85:1. The closed-captioned English soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital Surround. English and French subtitles are accessible. Supplemental materials include trailers. This is a decent disc from Columbia/TriStar that offers solid picture and sound quality, but little else. Genre enthusiasts and fans of Michael Rappaport should be satisfied, but there may not be enough here to interest the average DVD consumer.
[Dolby Digital Surround]
Closed Caption; Bonus Trailers ; Interactive Menus ; Scene Selections
Side #1 -- 1. Start [3:19] 2. Fuel Leaks [1:45] 3. Late Passes [3:07] 4. Dad's Homework [4:29] 5. Hangin' in the Hallways [1:29] 6. Lunch Scene [3:22] 7. At Dee's House [3:03] 8. Zack Meets Nikki [3:41] 9. Nut & Nikki [1:58] 10. Love or Sex? [7:12] 11. Zack Picks Up Nikki [3:26] 12. Saul's Melody Land [3:21] 13. What People Think [2:56] 14. Dad Meets Nikki [5:14] 15. Moving Day [5:15] 16. Extending an Invitation [1:08] 17. The Party [7:00] 18. Inside Nut's Shell [3:39] 19. Apologies to Dee [2:59] 20. Zack Rebuffed [2:14] 21. Jealous Rival [1:13] 22. Skateland [2:43] 23. Violent Confrontation [2:56] 24. The Funeral [4:08] 25. A Quick Hello [1:36] 26. Locker Graffiti [5:20] 27. "Stick With Your Tribe." [2:09] 28. The Meaning of It All [1:39]
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Zebrahead is a movie that's realistic when it comes to dealing with life situations when you are a teenager.It gives you an idea on a new kid who is a diffrent race trying to fit in.While at the same time trying to not forget where he came from and falling in love.It is a pretty much all a round movie for anyone who like good dramas set back in a time that everyone can relate to.
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