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I remember hearing the bass from the show upstairs as the guards interrogated me.

I jokingly asked if they were going to water-board me but it fell on deaf ears.

The Guardian deems it "one of the best films about the world of modelling and an honest portrayal of an industry built on artifice." The trailer can be seen below.

Many men would admit that they would love to date a model.

DD: In terms of those stories, so much critical focus on the industry is about models' weight and the racial make-up of the catwalk.

Do you think these are the major issues for models, or are these just trendy topics for the general media?

I've been the same weight for a long time, but they'll slap your butt and be like 'Oooh, fat' in Italian or in French.

Then he told me that it was still hard to imagine me for the story so could I take my trousers off. Ziff filmed an interview with a model who was sexually assaulted by one of fashion's top photographers at a photoshoot in Paris, but the interview didn't make Picture Me's final cut because the day before the film's New York premiere, the 16-year-old model backed out, fearful of the repercussions. 'She has no experience of boys, she hasn't even been kissed,' says Ziff.

I was standing there in a pair of Mickey Mouse knickers and a sports bra. 'We might need to see you without your bra,' he told me. The Guardian reports the girl's experience, as told by Ziff: She has very little experience of modelling and is unaccompanied by her agency or parents. 'She was so shocked she just stood there and didn't say anything.

Sara had moments of real hesitation to even show the film. I had access to film her in intimate moments, but we had to walk a fine line.

In the end I think we found a balance and both felt it was important to tell Sara and other models’ stories and shed some light on some of the lesser known sides of the industry.

I've been the same weight for a long time, but they'll slap your butt and be like 'Oooh, fat' in Italian or in French.

Then he told me that it was still hard to imagine me for the story so could I take my trousers off. Ziff filmed an interview with a model who was sexually assaulted by one of fashion's top photographers at a photoshoot in Paris, but the interview didn't make Picture Me's final cut because the day before the film's New York premiere, the 16-year-old model backed out, fearful of the repercussions. 'She has no experience of boys, she hasn't even been kissed,' says Ziff.

I was standing there in a pair of Mickey Mouse knickers and a sports bra. 'We might need to see you without your bra,' he told me. The Guardian reports the girl's experience, as told by Ziff: She has very little experience of modelling and is unaccompanied by her agency or parents. 'She was so shocked she just stood there and didn't say anything.

Sara had moments of real hesitation to even show the film. I had access to film her in intimate moments, but we had to walk a fine line.

In the end I think we found a balance and both felt it was important to tell Sara and other models’ stories and shed some light on some of the lesser known sides of the industry.

"Picture Me" developed as Ziff's qualms about the modeling industry became expressed through the footage by Schell which he shot as he accompanied her to castings, shoots, catwalks, rare moments of rest and interviews with top models such as Diana Dondoe, Tanya Dziahileva, Irina Lazareanu, Olga Scherer, Lisa Cant, and Missy Rayder.