WHO’S IN IT?
Robin Williams (Good Will Hunting), Bob Odenkirk (Better Call Saul), Kathy Baker (Saving Mr. Banks), Giles Matthey (Jobs), Eleonore Hendricks (A Guide to Recognising Your Saints), Roberto Aguire (Struck By Lightning), J. Karen Thomas (Captive), Brandon Hirsch (Drumline), Landon Marshall (film debut)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Dito Montiel (A Guide to Recognising Your Saints), director; Douglas Soesbe (The Wrong Woman), writer; Monica Aguirre Diez Barroso (After Darkness), Ryan Belenzon (film debut), Mia Chang (Struck By Lightning) and Jeffrey Gelber (film debut), producers; Jimmy Haun (The Tripper) and David Wittman (Fighting), composers; Chung-hoon Chung (Oldboy), cinematographer; Jake Pushinsky (Empire State), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Nolan (Williams), a middle-aged bank employee trapped in a loveless marriage and unadventurous lifestyle, finds himself one night unexpectedly picking up young male prostitute Leo (Aguire), a decision that sets into motion a chain of events that end with him having a new, positive outlook on life…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Boulevard is a heavily sentimental milestone for lovers of the late Robin Williams, as it features his final dramatic performance and – more heartbreakingly – the last film of his to be released posthumously.