Apple TV+ today released its long-awaited comedy-drama film “Raymond and Ray,” starring Ewan McGregor and Ethan Hawke. The film is written and directed by Rodrigo García.
Comedy-drama film “Raymond and Ray,” arrives on Apple TV+
“Raymond and Ray” first premiered at the 2022 Toronto International Film Festival on September 12. Later on, in mid-October, it was released in select cinemas before arriving at Apple TV+ for its streaming release.
The film follows half-brothers Raymond (Ewan McGregor) and Ray (Ethan Hawke), who reunite after their father passes away. The brothers soon discover that his final wish was for them to dig his grave.
“Raymond & Ray” follows half-brothers Raymond and Ray who have lived in the shadow of a terrible father. Somehow, they still each have a sense of humor, and his funeral is a chance for them to reinvent themselves. There’s anger, there’s pain, there’s folly, there might be love, and there’s definitely gravedigging.
The comedy-drama explores how different upbringings can help to shape your life. The half-brothers, Raymond and Ray, grow up to become very different men with each working through their own traumas and seeking closure with their father.
The cast also features Maribel Verdú and Sophie Okonedo alongside Ewan McGregor and Ethan Hawke. Alfonso Cuarón, Bonnie Curtis, and Julie Lynn serve as producers.
You can watch Raymond and Ray on Apple TV+ today. For $4.99 per month with a seven-day free trial, Apple’s streaming service is available on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, and Apple TV via the Apple TV app.
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