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The story of Charlie Darby, who has everything going for him: a great job, friends, family, the whole package. The one thing Charlie doesn't have is love, because every time he gets close, he goes clinically insane. When he meets the perfect girl, Charlie must overcome his psychosis to claim his chance at true love.
Number 7 in the "Red Shoe Diaries" series features the following three segments:
"Runway" - This is the only segment which is even mildly interesting (which isn't saying much). A model is feeling sorry for herself because she is unhappy with her profession. She only does it for the money and considers herself a "whore". A taxi driver drives the model home and carries her bags up for her. She offers him a wad of cash to partially dress up like a woman. She takes pictures of him and then they make love. Odd.
"Kidnap" - Two brothers, (one of them Matt LeBlanc), rob a bank in the city. They then try to make their getaway on horseback(!). However, one of the brothers stops to talk to a beautiful woman and the police eventually arrive. The robbers take her hostage and whisk her away to the countryside. The woman and one of the brothers end up getting married. Another odd one...but this segment is silly and boring.
"Burning Up" - A woman becomes obsessed with firemen. Her actions become more and more questionable until she does something quite strange toward the end. That's about it.
I have never seen a "Red Shoe Diaries" series that I truly enjoyed. This one continues in that tradition. 2/10
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