This Trailer For Robin William’s Last Performance Ever Is Sad [VIDEO]
When Robin Williams committed suicide last August, he left four films behind.
“Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb ” and “A Merry Friggin’ Christmas” opened in 2014, and he voiced a dog in the comedy “Absolutely Anything,” which hasn’t been released.
“Boulevard” will mark his final appearance onscreen, and is being hailed as “one of the best performances” of his career.
In the film, Williams plays a 60-year-old banker questioning his life decisions, all while caring for his elderly parents and living in a separate bedroom from his wife. (RELATED: Remembering Robin Williams: His Greatest Roles)