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Robin Williams ... Nolan Mack

Kathy Baker ... Joy

Roberto Aguire ... Leo

Giles Matthey ... Eddie

Eleonore Hendricks ... Patty

Bob Odenkirk ... Winston

Henry Haggard ... Beaumont
Gary Gardner ... Lionel Mack (Father)
Crystal Gray ... Nurse

Joshua Decker ... ER Doctor

Sondra Morton ... Gloria Beaumont

Jerry Chipman ... Blyden
Steven Randazzo ... Guard Walt

J. Karen Thomas ... Cat

Becky Fly ... Night Nurse

Brandon Hirsch ... Brad

Landon Marshall ... Mark

David Ditmore ... Middle-Aged Man

Billy Lewis Jr. ... Mini-Mart Clerk (as Billy Lewis)
Reegus Flenory ... Cop #1
Gary Willis ... Cop #2
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Charlie Accavallo ... Laundry Mat Patron (uncredited)

Sue-Lynn Ansari ... Precision Driver (uncredited)
Crystal Borovik ... Cafe Patron (uncredited)
Kelly Burdsal ... Mom in Restaurant (uncredited)
Harry P. Castros ... Professor (uncredited)
Sandra Godsey ... Upscale Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Curtis Gordon ... Jon (uncredited)

John Hedgecoth ... Vagrant (uncredited)

Clay Jeffries ... Student (uncredited)
Vernon Mitchell ... Driver (uncredited)

Darla Pelton-Perez ... Bank Customer (uncredited)
Elise Quintana ... Upscale Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

Mariah Quintana ... Upscale Little Girl (uncredited)
Keith Sausedo ... Nursing Home Visitor (uncredited)

Mark A. Slagle ... Restaurant Patron / Mini-Mart Customer (uncredited)
Phillip Trammel ... Doctor (uncredited)
Paige Turner ... Transvestite Hooker (uncredited)
Yedveta ... Nurse (uncredited)

Directed by
Dito Montiel 
Writing credits
Douglas Soesbe (written by)

Produced by
Monica Aguirre Diez Barroso .... producer
Ryan Belenzon .... producer
Mia Chang .... producer
Jeffrey Gelber .... producer
Mark Moran .... executive producer
Todd Williams .... executive producer
Original Music by
Jimmy Haun 
David Wittman 
Cinematography by
Chung-hoon Chung 
Film Editing by
Jake Pushinsky 
Casting by
Kim Petrosky 
Production Design by
Angela Messina 
Set Decoration by
Brit Doyle 
Costume Design by
Carlos Rosario 
Makeup Department
Georgia Dunn .... makeup department head
Melinda Dunn .... key hair stylist
Rachael Latham .... hair department head
Cheri Minns .... makeup/hair: Mr. Williams
Production Management
Max A. Butler .... unit production manager
Mark Moran .... unit production manager
Michael J. Urann .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Urs Hirschbiegel .... first assistant director
Emily Neumann .... second second assistant director
Anneke Scott .... second assistant director
Art Department
Charlie Accavallo .... assistant property master
Frank Gray III .... property master
Daniel Hawks .... draper
Shanna Shrum .... art department coordinator
Tyler Stein .... set dresser
Sound Department
Benjamin James Bradshaw .... foley mixer
Scott Brewster .... adr editor
Scott Brewster .... dialogue editor
Joseph DiMarco .... assistant sound editor
Kevin Froines .... assistant sound editor
Steve Grider .... sound mixer
Brad Harding .... foley editor
Paul Hsu .... re-recording mixer
James Miller .... sound effects editor
Nick Price .... boom operator
Kailand C. Reilly .... sound effects editor
Jeffrey Roy .... adr mixer
Jeffrey Roy .... foley editor
Natalia Saavedra Brychcy .... foley editor
Chris Terhune .... supervising sound editor
Vicki Vandegrift .... foley artist
Visual Effects by
George Loucas .... visual effects supervisor
Jessie Mizrahi .... visual effects producer: Baked FX
Wanyan Zhu .... visual effects artist
Rocky Abou-Sakher .... stunt coordinator
Carl Anthony Nespoli .... stunt double: Robin Williams
Camera and Electrical Department
Michael Alba .... a camera/stedicam operator
Tyler Buchholz .... grip
Armanda Costanza .... first assistant camera
Jeremy Curtis .... assistant camera
Mac Cushing .... grip
Robert Duke .... key grip
Tracy Facelli .... second assistant "a" camera
Drew Frazier .... gaffer
Alex Gordon .... electrician
Anthony Guerrero .... d.i.t.
Chris Hill .... video assist
Shawn Jenkins .... additional electrician
Aaron King .... camera operator
Bret Lanius .... first assistant camera
Mitchell Mcdannald .... electrician
David Mellow .... first assistant camera
Erin Naifeh .... second assistant camera
Justin Noel .... digital utility
Justin Noel .... second assistant "b" camera
Randy Patterson .... best boy electric
Michael 'Rodi' Rodia .... dolly grip
Maxx Shores .... grip
Joshua Trevino .... grip
Darryl Wilson .... best boy grip
Casting Department
Kerry Barden .... additional casting: New York
Tina Kerr .... extras casting director
Jill Ledbetter .... extras casting assistant
Brent Montgomery .... casting assistant
Paul Schnee .... additional casting: New York
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Marcia Eden .... assistant costume designer
Gayle Merendino .... set costumer (as Gayle Anderson)
Editorial Department
Sebastian Perez-Burchard .... colorist
Anthony Smedile .... assistant editor
Location Management
Michele Barone .... assistant location manager
Dee Butler .... location manager
Music Department
Jimmy Haun .... musician
Patricia Joseph .... music supervisor
Transportation Department
Susan McMahon .... driver: cast
John Proctor .... transportation captain
Michael D. Robertson .... picture car coordinator
Mike Williamson .... driver
Harold L. Woods .... transportation coordinator
James Brown .... driver: honeywagon (uncredited)
Other crew
Crystal Borovik .... stand-in
Lauren Carnes .... production assistant
Jennifer Dumas .... production accountant
Brittany Hailes .... production secretary
Hunter Jones .... additional production assistant
Anaïs Lelong .... press attaché: France
Regina McCord .... payroll accountant
Stephen Monas .... production counsel (as Steve Monas)
Danny Park .... assistant to ChungHoon Chung
Keith Sausedo .... stand-in
Greg Snodgrass .... production counsel
Dona Spangler .... production coordinator
Ryel Toby .... production legal services
Kyler Wilson .... set pa
Shannon Wood .... script supervisor
Ronni Anderson .... the producers wish to thank
Aron Baumel .... the producers wish to thank
Austin Bedell .... dito montiel would like to think
Allen Cheney .... special thanks
Sukee Chew .... special thanks
Robert Chmiel .... the producers wish to thank
Jay Cohen .... the producers wish to thank
Peter Decherney .... the producers wish to thank
R.J. Dreiling .... the producers wish to thank
Rick Dreiling .... the producers wish to thank
Trevor Engelson .... dito montiel would like to think
Rob Epstein .... special thanks
Leah Farrell .... the producers wish to thank
Alex Francis .... dieto montiel would like to think
Jeffrey Friedman .... special thanks
Gary Gardner .... in loving memory of
Stephen Gyllenhaal .... thanks
Bill Haslam .... thanks (as Bill Haslam governor of Tennessee)
Averie Huffine .... the producers wish to thank
Kathy Katz .... dito montiel would like to think
Craig Kestel .... the director wishes to thank
Matthew Kim .... the producers wish to thank
Lauren Kincheloe .... the producers wish to thank
Adam Lewin .... the producers wish to thank
Phil Martin .... the producers wish to thank
Adam Mazer .... dito montiel would like to think
Deborah McIntosh .... the producers wish to thank
Ilysse McKinnie .... dito montiel would like to think
Dito Montiel .... special thanks
Robert Moresco .... special thanks
Andrew Ooi .... special thanks
Sean Penn .... thanks
Paul Pow .... the producers wish to thank
Richard Press .... dito montiel would like to think
Ted Pushinsky .... dito montiel would like to think
Bob Raines .... the producers wish to thank
Ritesh Rajan .... the producers wish to thank
Pamela Roylance .... the producers wish to thank
Brianna Shebby .... the producers wish to thank
Danielle Shebby .... the producers wish to thank
Ryan Smith .... special thanks
Doug Stone .... the producers wish to thank
Phil Sun .... dito montiel would like to think
Ahsley Sutton .... the producers wish to thank
Graham Taylor .... the producers wish to thank
Adam Torchia .... the producers wish to thank
Nitsa Tsoumaris .... the producers wish to thank
Emory Van Cleve .... the producers wish to thank
Kathleen Demarco Van Cleve .... the producers wish to thank
Luis Viveros .... the producers wish to thank
Robin Williams .... in loving memory of
Michael Yebba .... special thanks

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Rated R for language and sexual content.
88 min
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Last dramatic movie of Robin Williams.See more »
Continuity: When Nolan and Leo are eating dinner at the restaurant Nolan lifts his glass of wine by the bowl to take a sip. Next, we see Nolan from behind holding the glass by the stem while taking the same sip.See more »
Nolan Mack:It just can't be nothing, you know? It can't. Because you're here for a reason. You came in for a reason.
Leo:[trying to leave] No...
Nolan Mack:NO! You gave me that videotape, you told me about your mother, about leaving. It can't be nothing, Leo. Look at me. Just look at me. It can't be nothing.
Leo:It can be, alright. It can be. Cause it's nothing. Cause it means nothing.
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19 out of 31 people found the following review useful.
His Dramatic Swan Song, 9 July 2015
Author: David Ferguson ( from Dallas, Texas

Greetings again from the darkness. The tragic death of Robin Williams last year left a void in the world of comedy, and his absence is also felt on the big screen where his dramatic skills were often under-appreciated. His final non-comedic role comes courtesy of a film that is probably not worthy of his talents, but leaves us with a reminder of what a skilled actor he was.

The premise feels at once a bit dated and also timely. Williams plays Nolan, a 60 year old man who works at his comfortable bank job (of 26 years), goes home each day to his comfortable suburban home, to a comfortable marriage to his wife (Kathy Baker) with whom he no longer shares a bed or much of anything else. He also periodically stops off to put a straw in the ginger ale for his near comatose father with whom he has never had much of a relationship. His entire life is a façade of comfort and life lived well enough.

"Are you happy?" That seemingly odd and innocent question from his boss sets Nolan off on a path of awakening. It turns out that since he was 12 years old, Nolan has suppressed his true identity as a gay man. A spontaneous u-turn on the titular Boulevard sends Nolan on a collision path with Leo (Roberto Aguire), a young male prostitute with whom he quickly bonds … through only talking and self-identification.

It's this awakening that brings a level of modern-timeliness as Nolan's story is not so different from that of Bruce/Caitlyn Jenner who has dominated the recent media with the late-in-life shift in persona. They are sixty-plus year old men who have evidently each lived a lie for much of their lives. It's difficult for many of us to relate to, but clearly it's a real thing, and director Dito Montiel and writer Douglas Soesbe capitalize.

The best and most uncomfortable scenes occur with Ms. Baker and Mr. Williams avoiding the issue through years of practice, and also the scenes with Mr. Williams and Bob Odenkirk who plays his long-time friend and confidant. These are three strong actors who work well with each other.

There is really nothing wrong with the film … it's slow pace designed to match that of Nolan's life … but the Nolan and Leo segment just never clicked, leaving me struggling with a third of the story. It's about a man who is totally not comfortable in his own skin, and lives a somber and unfulfilled life right up until the point where he takes a leap. It's not that he takes a leap, but rather the specific leap he takes that just didn't click for me. Still, it's a performance from Williams that is worth watching – in fact, must be watched if you are a Robin Williams fan.

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