Ray [videorecording] / Universal Pictures and Bristol Bay Productions present an Anvil Films production in association with Baldwin Entertainment ; producers, Taylor Hackford ... [et al.] ; story by Taylor Hackford and James L. White ; screenplay by James L. White ; directed by Taylor Hackford.
Universal City, CA : Universal ; Boston, MA : DVS, 
Drama about the life and career of Ray Charles, who went blind at the age of seven but found his calling at the keyboard and overcame drug addiction while becoming one of the country's most beloved performers.
MPAA rating: PG-13; for depiction of drug addiction, sexuality and some thematic elements.
Audio described for the visually impaired.
Videocassette release of the 2004 motion picture.
Director of photography, Pawel Edelman ; production designer, Stephen Altman ; editor, Paul Hirsch ; music by Craig Armstrong, Ray Charles ; costume designer, Sharen Davis.
Jamie Foxx, Kerry Washington, Clifton Powell, Aunjanue Ellis, Harry Lennix, Terrence Dashon Howard, Larenz Tate, Regina King, Bokeem Woodbine, Sharon Warren, Curtis Armstrong, Richard Schiff, Wendell Pierce, Chris Thomas King.
Consensus: Critics can't stop loving Jamie Foxx's performance in Ray, which is being hailed as an engrossing and energetic take on Charles' achievements and demons.
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