Just watching the movie 6 Underground. At around 1:05,

1 asks who the other guy at the table is and it’s “Raymond”

What is the significance of this interaction, if any?

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That scene was filmed in Hong Kong, and the dining culture is different at small eateries. A server will sit customers in a manner that would fill up one table before moving onto the next table. So, you occasionally get random strangers sitting next to you while eating your bowl of wanton mee.

I guess its significance is to highlight an instance of Hong Kong culture.

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    I don’t know what this was downvoted. It seems like the most likely explanation to me.
    – Darren
    Commented Dec 15, 2019 at 22:44
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    Raymond was also the 'setup' for One's subsequent chiding of the group and Two in particular regarding security.
    – user18935
    Commented Dec 16, 2019 at 8:10
  • Thanks! I wondered if maybe Raymond was a cameo or if there was some back story here, but I guess it's just as it seemed.
    – m-smith
    Commented Dec 16, 2019 at 21:52

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