AKA news culture: history, cast, release date... We take a look at Netflix's French thriller.
Published on 04/21/2023 at 20:15
Alban Lenoir returns to Netflix with a new thriller called AKA following the two Bale Perdue films. Read on to learn more about this exciting development.
What is AKA's release date? Where can I see AKA in France? Who are the authors behind AKA? Who are the actors of AKA?
AKA's release date is when will it be released?
AKA will be released on Netflix exclusively on April 28, 2023. According to Allociné, the film will be two hours long. This time, he will portray Adam Franco, a special operations agent who has to infiltrate a mafia organization.
AKA will not be released for the public until it is released on Netflix's original production. To get started, you will need to register on the paid streaming platform on April 28. Both parts of Lost Balls may be seen on Netflix, with Alban Lenoir as the main actor.
What is the background of AKA?
Adam Franco (Alban Lenoir), a special forces agent on a mission to infiltrate a mafia organization, is followed by Eric Cantona, as the mafia's boss. They will be accompanied by Thibault de Montalembert (Mathias Barneville in the series Ten percent).
AKA: Who are the designers?
Morgan S. Dalibert (to whom we owe the two Balle Perdue films) is the directed actor, and he is the producer, who worked on both the Balle Perdue and Matriarche.
What is the cast of AKA?
Alban Lenoir (Lost Ball) Éric Cantona (Looking for Eric) Thibault de Montalembert (The King) Sveva Alviti (Dalida) Saidou Camara (Validated) Lucille Guillaume (Runaway) Kevin Layne (The Intervention) Philippe Résimont (Order and morality) Natoo (Almost adults) Noé Chabbat (the prisoner island)