After receiving rave reviews at the Sundance Film Festival, movie buffs the world over are eagerly anticipating the release of Netflix's latest feature film, To The Bone.
The film, which stars Lily Collins, follows the journey of 20-year-old, Ellen and her battle with anorexia.
While many are praising the film for tackling such a sensitive issue, others fear the film may act as a trigger for people who suffer from eating disorders.
However, it's worth noting that both lead actress, Lily Collins, and the writer/ director, Marti Noxon, have both suffered from disordered eating in the past and are not afraid to address their demons head on.
In a recent interview on Lorraine, Lily opened up about how it felt to play a character who struggled with the same illness she had suffered from, stressing how proud she was to be a part of the project.
"It’s actually the first feature film that’s been done about eating disorders and I feel so proud to be a part of it, to keep it entertaining in a way but also informational," she said.
"I was kept under strict supervision by producers, director, my own mother and also a nutritionist so we worked very closely together, very healthfully."
"I was actually excited to be able to tell the story to open up further conversation for young women and men around the world."
Check out the full interview below.
To The Bone is out July 14, 2017.