Former presidential candidate Mitt Romney is apparently wincing over his depiction in a new documentary about his failed run for the White House.

Appearing at the premiere for "Mitt" at the Sundance Film Festival in Utah, Romney reportedly commented that the documentary was not "the film he would have made."

Filmmaker Greg Whiteley later told Fox that it was "painful" for Romney to watch the movie but said the former Massachusetts governor was also "touched by seeing his family and how much they really supported him."

Romney's camp was reportedly initially against the idea of allowing Whitley to film on the campaign trail but gave him all access once the project was approved.

"Mitt" will begin streaming exclusively on Netflix this Friday, Jan. 24.