SALT LAKE CITY — Kidnapping victim Elizabeth Smart is pleased with how a Lifetime movie and documentary she helped produce about her harrowing ordeal turned out.

But Smart said her visit to the movie set brought back terrible memories when she saw actor Skeet Ulrich looking so similar to the man who had abducted her.

The upcoming film titled “I Am Elizabeth Smart” follows the nine months after Smart, then 14, was kidnapped by Brian Mitchell from her bedroom in her Salt Lake City home in 2002 and was raped daily by her captor, the Deseret News reported .

Police finally found her with the help of two couples who recognized Mitchell from media reports as a suspect in Smart’s kidnapping.

Mitchell was convicted and is serving a life sentence.

The movie also features newcomer Alana Boden as Smart and Deirdre Lovejoy, who portrays Mitchell’s estranged wife Wanda Barzee, who aided in the kidnapping.

Smart was on the set for part of the filming, narrated the movie and gave feedback to executive producers Joseph Freed and Allison Berkley.

She especially wanted to help them find a balance between keeping the integrity of her gruesome experience and not being too graphic.

The movie will premiere Saturday.

A two-part documentary titled “Elizabeth Smart: Autobiography” will be premiered on A&E on Sunday and Monday.