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GOD SAVE MY SHOES is the first documentary film to explore the intimate relationship women have with their shoes.

To understand how shoes have come to hold such a pivotal place in pop culture, sexuality and women’s lives, GOD SAVE MY SHOES turned to many of those who play a role in the global shoe phenomenon: extreme shoe lovers, fashion historians and editors, psychologists, sex experts, shoe fetishists, and star designers Christian Louboutin, Manolo Blahnik, Walter Steiger, Pierre Hardy, Bruno Frisoni, and Robert Clergerie, along with celebrities such as Fergie, Kelly Rowland and Dita Von Teese.

With its psychological, sociocultural, and erotic take – from ancient elevated soles to today’s skyscraping stilettos, from Marilyn Monroe to “Sex & the City” – GOD SAVE MY SHOES brings an offbeat and captivating answer to the universally puzzling relationship between women and their shoes.

It was first presented in summer 2011 in New York and it is the first film that explores the intense relationship between women and their shoes.