Brooke Shields, who she shared her first kiss with at the age of 11, says the grown-up 'beautiful baby' coster reassured her that she 'doesn't count' and that she was 'waiting and caring' on set.

Keith Carradine and Brooke Shields "Pretty Baby";  In the year  in 1978 (left) and a reunion after party at the 62nd Annual Tony Awards in 2008.

Keith Carradine and Brooke Shields reunited in “Pretty Baby” in 1978 (left) and at the 62nd Annual Tony Awards in 2008.Paramount Pictures, Larry Busacca/WireImage/Getty Images

  • Brooke Shields has praised her “Pretty Baby” costar Keith Carradine for being “protective and nurturing.”

  • on”The Drew Barrymore ShowCarradine said he assured her that their on-screen kiss “doesn’t count.”

  • Shields was just 11 years old and Carradine was 28 when they shot the controversial 1978 film.

Brook shields She praised her “Pretty Baby” costar who reassured her that the kiss they shared on camera when she was 11 “doesn’t count” as her first kiss.

The actor and model made a guest appearance on “The Drew Barrymore Showon Tuesday to promote a two-part documentaryPretty Baby: Brooke ShieldsIt chronicles how she found her agency after being sexually assaulted at a young age.

When discussing her experience In her early career, she was exploited by directors.Keith Carradine, who appeared opposite her in the controversial 1978 film, was “graceful” and “protective” of her at Septing, The Shield noted.

“Guys like Keith Carradine took such good care of me,” she told Barrymore.

“He looked at me and said, ‘You know, this doesn’t count as a first kiss,'” she said, referring to a scene in the film where she and Carradine kiss on camera.

“That was kind and protective and caring on a level I didn’t know at the time,” she said. Until then, she said, “she had never kissed a boy before.”

Carradine was 16 years old when they made the film, Shields, directed by the late French filmmaker Louis Malle and nominated for the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival the year it was released.

In the film, Shields plays Violet, a 12-year-old girl raised in a New Orleans brothel by her sex worker mother, Hattie (Susan Sarandon), until she ends up with a client. A photographer named Belloc (Carradine) steps in as Violet’s father figure, though their relationship is sexual.

Brooke Shields and Keith Carradine in the film "Pretty Baby"  (1978)

Brooke Shields and Keith Carradine in the movie “Pretty Baby” (1978).Top images

Speaking in the new Hulu documentary released on April 3, Shields said she was out of her depth on the set for a number of reasons, but said she “wanted to please everyone” with her performance. Not to make a big deal about kissing.

However, when it came to shooting the kiss, Carradine struggled to keep her face in frustration until he told her it was all about “faking it” and “believing it” — something she really needed to hear to get her through. Scene.

In an interview with A rolling stoneLana Wilson, director of the documentary: “This is the moment I wanted to show and unpack the stuff because even though it’s a boy, Brooke. has been She’s fully aware of the role she’s playing, and even if she realizes that the acting is fake, I can’t help but think: ‘This 11-year-old girl kisses an actual 29-year-old man.’ ”

“That’s inevitable is it. Real. The effect of that is just as true. Brock, 11, expressed discomfort during the filming of the moment, but that discomfort was not taken seriously by the director, Wilson added.

Shields also revealed in the documentary that she struggled to “connect with my own sexuality” while growing up.

Although she is romantically linked with the likes of Michael Jackson, John Travolta and so on John F. Kennedy Jr. During her teenage years, she described Dean Cain, whom she began dating Studying at Princetonactually was. Her first real boyfriend.

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