The Gist: Nolan has spent his entire adult life cocooned by the safety of his marriage of convenience to Joy. Then, one night, he meets Leo and his world is turned upside down.
Boulevard ended up being one of the great Robin Williams' final roles on the silver screen, and he doesn't disappoint. He crafted a very believable character who reaches a point in his life where he decides he doesn't want to hide in the closet any longer.
Kathy Baker, as his wife, gives a wonderful performance and delivers a narrative twist towards the end that puts their marriage under a whole different light.
The Bottom Line: I would absolutely recommend Boulevard to any Williams fan or movie lover. It's a rather slow-burn film, but wholly satisfying.