Filmmaker Jon Shenk, documentary subject Daisy Coleman and filmmaker Bonnie Cohen from the film "Audrie & Daisy" pose for a portrait during the WireImage Portrait Studio hosted by Eddie Bauer at Village at The Lift on January 26, 2016 in Park City, Utah.
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After premiering to critical acclaim at Sundance last January, Audrie & Daisy has released its official trailer.

The upcoming Netflix doc juxtaposes the stories of two teenage girls, Audrie Pott and Daisy Coleman, who were sexually assaulted and then bullied online. The film traces the events and aftermath of the young women’s high-profile cases, digging through interviews, social media, court documents, and police investigations. Husband-and-wife team Bonni Cohen and Jon Shenk direct.

The movie is one in a string of projects Netflix nabbed the rights for at this year’s Sundance. The streaming hub also acquired the Ellen Page and Allison Janney-starring Tallulah, the Paul Rudd-led The Fundamentals of Caring, and Iranian horror flick Under the Shadow.

Audrie & Daisy debuts on Netflix and in theaters Sept. 23. Watch the trailer above.

This article originally appeared on EW.com

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