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Web Catch: Watch the trailer for Robin Williams' 'courageous' final performance

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The trailer for "Boulevard" was released earlier this week, and with its arrival came the end of an era.

The film is Robin Williams' final dramatic performance. Williams plays a married, closeted banker who questions the path his life is taking after meeting a young man named Leo (played by Roberto Aguire).

"Boulevard" premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in April 2014, three months before Williams died by suicide.

In his initial review for Variety, film critic Peter Debruge calls the performance "one of the kindest characters Williams has ever played."

The movie will be showing in limited theaters across the U.S. starting in July. Watch the trailer above.

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