Boulevard

USA | 2014 | 93 minutes | Dito Montiel

One of Robin Williams' final performances is also one of his finest in this drama about a closeted man who neglects his marriage of convenience to find himself with a younger man. Williams gives a heartbreaking, fully realized turn that will make moviegoers miss him all the more. Screenwriter Douglas Soesbe scheduled to attend.

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Nolan Mack (Robin Williams) is, on the surface, happily married and professionally satisfied, living the American dream and content with his life. But what others don’t know, including his warm wife (Kathy Baker), is that Nolan is going through the motions of a life of tremendous sacrifice—closeted, isolated, unfulfilled, and lonely as can be. One night, Nolan meets a young hustler (Roberto Aguire) and, in a confrontation that fatefully changes his entire existence—comes face to face with the lie he’s been living. Powerful and entirely human, Boulevard tells the story of a man transcending patterns of pretending to embrace the person he truly is. Williams gives a fantastically subtle but stunning performance, heartbreaking in both the character’s nature and the fact it was one of the actor’s final roles. Boulevard is both a bittersweet swan song to Williams’ life and a reminder of the arsenal of beautiful talent he’s left behind.

Director Biography
Dito Montiel is an American filmmaker and former punk musician, known for A Guide To Recognizing Your Saints (2006), Fighting (2006), and The Son of No One (2011).

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  • Director: Dito Montiel
  • Principal Cast: Robin Williams, Bob Odenkirk, Kathy Baker, Giles Matthey
  • Country: USA
  • Year: 2014
  • Running Time: 93 minutes
  • Producer: Monica Aguirre Diez Barroso, Ryan Belenzon, Mia Chang, Jeffrey Gelber
  • Screenplay: Douglas Soesbe
  • Cinematographers: Chung-hoon Chung
  • Editors: Jake Pushinsky
  • Music: David Wittman
  • Filmography: Empire State (2013), The Son of No One (2011), Fighting (2009), A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints (2006)
  • Language: English
  • Format: DCP