Nearly a year after the unfortunate and untimely end of Robin Williams' life, the trailer for the well-respected actor's final onscreen portrayal has been released.

Boulevard stars Williams, a 60-year-old man with a dead end bank job he's grown tiresome of until he befriends a young gay man (played by Roberto Aguire), opening up his previously hidden sexuality. The film, unlike many of Williams' comedic exploits, explores the late visionary work for the deceptively deep actor, much like his famous roles in Good Will Hunting 2009's World's Greatest Dad.

The film, which debuted at the Tribeca Film Festival, was directed Dito Montiel, and also features actors Bob Odenkirk and Kathy Baker. Watch the trailer above before its theatrical release, July 10th.

The film is not officially Williams' last, however. The late actor provided voice-over work for next year's Absolutely Anything, starring Simon Pegg.