Sanna Lathan talks to Reggie Ponder, The Reel Critic, about her film The Perfect Guy. Does she find him? Can she handle him? Did she want him in the first place? You might have to watch the film to get all the answers but Sanaa was willing to give us a peek behind the screen.
Sanaa Lathan thought she had The Perfect Guy
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