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Amy Tuckett talks Hell on Heels at News Café today

Amy Tuckett is coming to the News Café to not only tell you, but show you, how life is hell on heels.

The Red River creative communications student has produced a new documentary film, Hell on Heels, which explores the service industry's obsession with putting female servers in high heels.

Amy Tuckett has found wearing high heels can cause chronic medical issues.

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Amy Tuckett has found wearing high heels can cause chronic medical issues. Photo Store

Tuckett will appear live at the Free Press News Café, 237 McDermot Ave. at noon on today. She will be interviewed by Free Press columnist Lindor Reynolds, who profiled Tuckett and the film in an article on March 2.

The film will be premiered tonight at a sold-out event, also at the News Café.

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Updated on Wednesday, March 6, 2013 at 5:53 PM CST: Updates time of interview.

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