Robin Williams is about to touch our hearts in a dramatic film just one last time.
The trailer for "Boulevard," the last film in which he appears on screen, was posted to YouTube on Wednesday. And just like us, you will be weeping uncontrollably.
Williams died last year after hanging himself in his home in Tiburon, Calif.
He left behind a long career of memorable films including "Mrs. Doubtfire," "Aladdin" and "Dead Poets Society."
In his final dramatic film, Williams plays Nolan Mack, a closeted gay man who finally confronts his sexuality at 60 years old. He and his wife Joy (Kathy Baker) sleep in separate beds, and he can't fight the feeling that something is missing for him.
One day, he meets Leo (Roberto Aguire), a street hustler who works the streets of Nashville. He picks the man up for company, rather than sex, and gradually starts to discover a side of himself he suppressed for so long.
"Maybe it's never too late to start living the life you really want," his friend Winston, played by Bob Odenkirk, tells him in the film.
Williams had plenty of experience playing lonely characters in films such as "Good Will Hunting," "Insomnia" and "One Hour Photo." So we're perfectly confident that he'll tug at our heartstrings once again.
The film is set for wide release on July 10.
But this won't be Williams' last film. He also voiced a character in the comedy "Absolutely Anything," about aliens who give a human being (Simon Pegg) special powers. That film is slated for release next year.
Now excuse us while we grab a tissue.
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