Gather your tissues because this is going to be a sobfest. The late Robin Williams’ final movie “Boulevard” has released its trailer and as expected, Williams tugged at our heartstrings. Read on.
Before passing away, Williams has signed on an indie film titled “Boulevard” as the main character in January 2013. It was two years before his death last August 2014. According to Seattle PI, the film’s first ever trailer was just released, but it already premiere during the Tribeca Film Festival 2014. It was said that not everyone had the chance to see it, until now.
In “Boulevard” Williams play the role of Nolan Mack. He is a 60-year-old man whose marriage has long been dead and is living a stagnant life with a boring job and with friends who constantly tease him that he never takes a break from it. Amidst this, Nolan feels very dissatisfied and suddenly he found satisfaction in an unexpected person, in a male prostitute named Leo played by Robert Aguire.
The trailer showed Nolan being a double agent: going to Leo and lying to his wife about his whereabouts. In a voice-over, we hear Williams’ voice say, “Nothing turned out the way I thought, I guess, and suddenly, I’m 60 years old. And then his friend played by Bob Odenkirk says, “Maybe it’s never too late to finally start living the life you really want.”
For the nth time around, Williams is going to make us shed tears in his new movie. He has left us another tearjerker with another life lesson that we could carry with us throughout our lives, the same with all of his past movies. A Robin Williams movie will never let you go home alone without getting something out of it.
Starz acquired the movie rights for the film and the “Boulevard” will premiere in theaters on July 10, 2015.
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