“If life is moving in the wrong direction, there’s always time to make a U-turn,” reads the tagline for Robin Williams' final film, "Boulevard" — which features the late actor in a compassionate and courageous role.
"Boulevard" showcases Williams' dramatic side, previously seen in award-winning films like "Dead Poets Society," "Awakenings" and "Good Will Hunting."
The film tells the story of a 60-year-old married man in a dead-end job. His seemingly uninspired life transforms when he meets a young, gay street hustler. Their uncommon friendship forces Williams’ character to confront his own identity issues.
The film was originally released at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival and is scheduled to debut in theaters July 10. Directed by Dito Montiel, "Boulevard" is one of two Williams movies set for release this summer; he can also be heard voicing a dog in the sci-fi comedy "Absolutely Anything," which hits theaters in August.
Watch the trailer above.