The film follows a married but closeted 60-year-old bank employee named Nolan (Williams). On the surface, it appears Nolan is doing just fine. But secretly, he's been struggling with his sexuality and finds his life changing in unexpected ways when he picks up a young male hustler.
Williams, who died last August at age 63, was known mostly for his comedic work. "Boulevard" spotlights the late actor's dramatic range.
The movie was directed by Dito Montiel and also stars Kathy Baker and Bob Odenkirk.
Williams left behind four films. "A Merry Friggin' Christmas" and "Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb" both premiered in 2014. "Absolutely Anything," in which he voiced a dog, has not yet been released.
"Boulevard" premiered last year at the Tribeca Film Festival and hits theaters July 17.
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