Mea Culpa, upcoming American legal thriller film, directed by Tyler Perry is scheduled to release on Netflix on 23 February 2024

Mea Culpa, the upcoming American legal thriller film is scheduled to be released on Netflix on 23 February, 2024. Tyler Perry has written and directed the film. The film is now listed on Netflix’s ‘New Upcoming’ section, with a ‘Remind Me’ button, which you can activate to be notified when the film goes live for streaming on the platform.

Netflix earlier released the trailer of Mea Culpa on their official YouTube channel on 24 January, 2024. You can have a check on the trailer of Mea Culpa here.

You can check other thriller films and series available on Netflix, which we have earlier covered here.

Premise: The film Mea Culpa follows a criminal defense attorney who is caught up in a dilemma. The attorney must choose between her family, duty and her own dangerous desires. She comes in terms with these situations when she takes on the case of an artist accused of murder.

Cast: The film features Kelly Rowland, Trevante Rhodes, Nick Sagar, Sean Sagar, RonReaco Lee, and Shannon Thornton in major roles.

The cinematography of the film is done by Cory Burmester and is edited by Larry Sexton. Amanda Delores and Patricia Jones has composed the music for the film.

The production company associated in the production of the film is Tyler Perry Studios.

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