Watch first trailer of Robin Williams’ drama ‘Boulevard’

The first official trailer of Oscar-winner Robin Williams' last films, "Boulevard", has been unveiled.

By: Press Trust of India | Los Angeles | Published:June 19, 2015 10:06 am
Robin Williams, Roberto Aguire, Kathy Baker, Bob OdenKirk, Dito Montiel, Boulevard, Oscar Winner Robin Williams, Robin Williams Boulevard, Director Dito Montiel, Dito Montiel Boulevard, Boulevard Official Trailer, Robin Williams Movies, Entertainment News  The approximately one-and-a-half minute clip shows how Nolan Mack’s (Williams) life changed after meeting a troubled young man named Leo (Roberto Aguire). (Source: Reuters)

The first official trailer of Oscar-winner Robin Williams‘ last films, “Boulevard“, has been unveiled.

The approximately one-and-a-half minute clip shows how Nolan Mack’s (Williams) life changed after meeting a troubled young man named Leo (Roberto Aguire), reported Aceshowbiz.

The trailer opens with Nolan driving alone in his car, saying, “I drove down the street one night, a street I didn’t know.”

The scene then shows Nolan and his wife Joy (Kathy Baker) having dinner with his friend Winston (Bob Odenkirk). “We should think about a cruise some time,” Joy tells Nolan. Bob then chimes in, “Wait, Nolan take a vacation?”

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The clip then shows Nolan at his workplace being asked by his boss, “Are you happy? I mean you’ve been here for 25 years now right?” Nolan says, “Almost 26,” to which his boss replies, “You must thought about making a change from time to time.”

Then Nolan meets Leo, who asked him for a ride in one night, and falls into a relationship with him. At one time, the bank manager saves Leo from a guy and gets a bruised on his eye. “This is time first to be in the real world,” Nolan says near the end of the clip.

Directed by Dito Montiel with a script from Douglas Soesbe, “Boulevard” is set for a limited release in the US on July 10.

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