Aka (or AKA, "also known as?), a 2023 action-adventure movie, has an icon on Netflix that looks like two guys about to kiss and a potentially gay blurb: "A steely special ops agent (Alban Lenoir) finds his morality put to the test when he infiltrates a crime syndicate and unexpectedly bonds with the boss's young son."
How young? Early 20s? A queer mafia romance?
The Netflix trailer begins with Aka (actually named Adam) shoving his hand down his pants, an action guaranteed to draw the interest of gay men.
No women are shown in the trailer. It's all about Aka/Adam and the blond guy.
But the trailer on IMDB shows a lot of fighting and explosions, the standard scene in a naked-lady club, Adam cuddling with, comforting, and preparing to kiss a red-haired lady, and Adam bonding with a little boy. The blond guy is absent. It looks like a completely different movie.
IMDB doesn't have photos of most of the cast, so I googled images of everyone, looking for the blond guy in the baseball cap. The male cast members are mostly black; not a blond among them. But 4th billed Natalya (Sveva Alvit) has blond or red hair.
A blow-up of the Netflix trailer reveals that the blond person might be a woman dressed as a man. So the Netflix trailer drew the shot of Adam shoving his hand down his pants, to imply that there are penises. Then it drew two scenes where Natalya is disguised as a man and omitted redhead-lady scenes, to imply that Adam is involved in a gay romance. Why? Surely not to entice gay men and fangirls to press "play."
Or maybe that's exactly what Netflix has in mind. Look how they advertise Boss Baby.