Brooke Shields is taking control of her own story. At the center of a documentary film directed by Sundance veteran Lana Wilson, Shields examines her life as a child model and actress from both behind and in front of the cameras, talking candidly about the sexualization she faced as a child model and how it forever changed her life. “I’m amazed that I survived any of it,” says Shields with tears in her eyes in the trailer. Pretty Baby: Brooke Shields, named for the actress’s controversial first film about a child prostitute, features interviews with her close friends and fellow actresses Drew Barrymore and Laura Linney on her experience in the spotlight. “I was struggling to find my own voice,” Shields explains on her transition to adulthood. “I wasn’t told it was important to have agency. I found my confidence and thought, I can have my own opinion.” In the latter half of the documentary, which focuses on her adulthood, Shields will further discuss the sexual assault perpetrated against her in her 20s by a Hollywood producer. Pretty Baby: Brooke Shields debuts in two parts on Hulu April 3.