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In 1998 Marco Pantani, the most flamboyant and popular cyclist of his era, won both the Tour de France and Giro d'Italia--a titanic feat of physical and mental endurance that no rider has repeated since. He was a hero to millions--the saviour of professional cycling following the doping scandals which threatened to destroy the sport. However, less than six years later, aged just 34, he died alone, in a cheap Italian hotel room.
This film is not just about cycling but an emotional exploration of what drives athletes to compete; man versus mountain, athlete versus the system, Marco Pantani versus himself.
Extended interviews with Greg LeMond, Matt Rendell and Richard Williams.
An excellent film that shows a different angle on the whole Lance Armstrong & EPO saga in cycling and the true human cost.Published 1 month ago by Lisam
An enjoyable watch if you are into cycling. Predictable fare though and similar to the Armstrong films. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Interesting, but ultimately disappointing. Matt Randell's book far better. A bit sad to see Greg LeMond, so outspoken against doping (and rightly and courageously so) speaking in... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Hughes David
I expected a much more detailed story given what I already knew from other sources.
But overall it is a good starting point to find out about this sad story on professional... Read more
This is an excellent film about how these amazing athletes are commodified by corporate giants. We can only guess at what is really going on behind the scenes. Read morePublished 2 months ago by CC
Content is great, perhaps due to a substantial amount of old footage though no need for Blu-rayPublished 2 months ago by G. D. Henson