Naa Ashorkor Mensa Doku
Nana Kwame Osei-Sarpong
The story of The Perfect Picture revolves around three women facing issues regarding their marriages/relationships. The three women, getting close to age thirty, make bold attempts to change their lives even when destiny plays its joke on them. One woman and her husband face an inability to consummate their marriage.
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