Robin Williams in his last film role is the devoted husband in a marriage of convenience who is forced to confront his secret life.
With outstanding acting all around, BOULEVARD is focused on the Williams character Nolan: a married gay man in small town America.
It seems fitting that Robin Williams' last film doesn't show him as a comedian. Williams plays a bank employee named Nolan who lives in a anonymous small town. He has been in a marriage, somewhat stagnant, but happy, for 26 years. American provincial life at its best, not exciting, but somehow very comfortable. It is all the more wrenching to see Nolan feeling increasingly out of place in this tranquility: Nolan is gay, but has suppressed his homosexuality for decades.