Raymond & Ray

Apple TV+

Two brothers share a name and a road trip to their estranged father's funeral. Reunited to carry out their father's last wishes to dig his grave, they dig deep into their past traumas and uncover the history of the man they both hate. Resentments, secrets, and memories flood in, presenting the brothers with a chance to reconcile their past and find forgiveness and a way forward. All the while, the question arises if one ever really knows their parents-and must your upbringing define who you are as an adult?
  • Ewan McGregor
  • Ethan Hawke
  • Maribel Verdú
  • Sophie Okonedo
  • Vondie Curtis-Hall
    Reverend West
  • Todd Louiso
  • Tom Bower
  • Chris Grabher
  • Chris Silcox
  • Maxim Swinton
  • Oscar Nuñez
  • Director
    Rodrigo Garcia
  • Produced by
    Alfonso Cuarón, Bonnie Curtis, Julie Lynn
  • Executive Producers
    Shea Kammer, Gabriela Rodriguez
  • Associate Producer
    Lindsey Palmer
  • Director of Photography
    Igor Jadue-Lillo
  • Editor
    Michael Ruscio
  • Production Designer
    David Crank
  • Costume Designer
    Amy Andrews
  • Casting Director
    Heidi Levitt
"The writing is insightful and crisp, and Hawke and McGregor shine as two men who really don’t know each other all that well but have always felt close because they had to cling to one another in a united front against a father who continues to dominate their thoughts even after he’s gone."
"The winning, easy-going chemistry between Ethan Hawke and Ewan McGregor buys this modern melodrama plenty of credit, time and goodwill."
"Ewan McGregor and Ethan Hawke are outstanding in "Raymond & Ray," a movie that gives them the chance to focus on developing their characters rather than serving the whims of a plot."
"McGregor's performance is reserved and powerful, Hawke's is out there and naked and Rodrigo Garcia's flawless script and understanding direction create an experience to treasure. And there's never been a funeral like it onscreen!"
"Raymond And Ray reaffirms the filmmaker’s command of gentle, emotionally complex human portraiture."
"A winning delve into contemporary masculinity and all its quirks that is as tenderly observed as it is laugh-out-loud funny."