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Beginning in 2009, Academy Award winning documentarian Alex Gibney followed Armstrong for four years chronicling his return to cycling after retirement, as he tried to win his eighth title. Unexpectedly, Gibney was also there in 2012 when Armstrong admitted to doping, following a federal criminal investigation, public accusations of doping by his ex-teammates, and an investigation by the US Anti-Doping Agency, that led USADA's CEO, Travis Tygart, to conclude that Armstrong's team had run 'the most sophisticated, professionalized and successful doping program that sport has ever seen.’
Blu-ray and DVD Bonus Features Include:
• Commentary with the Academy Award winning Director Alex Gibney
• Q&A with Alex Gibney, Frank Marshall, Bill Strickland, Jonathan Vaughters & Betsy Andreu
• Deleted Scenes The Blu-ray and DVD include exclusive commentary from the Director, as well as a Q&A with Gibney, Frank Marshall, Bill Strickland, Jonathan Vaughters and Betsy Andreu.
Both releases also come with more than 40 minutes of deleted scenes.
Very interesting documentary, not just into Armstrong's colossal cheating, but also into his abuse of the power of celebrity, the motivation behind his actions and the world of... Read morePublished 1 month ago by WhP
A great insight into Armstrong's mindset not just during his cycling days but after coming clean and owning up to doping. Read morePublished 2 months ago by LINGO
The contributors who seem to comprise a pack of grudge carriers (including admitted dope takers) who wouldn't last the first few minutes in a court of law - if it ever got that... Read morePublished 6 months ago by david
This is a really great documentary, even for someone like me who had no interest in cycling.
Only writing the review and giving 4 stars because there are no subtitles in parts... Read more
The film was initially meant to be a look at Lance Armstrong's come-back to the tour in 2009 but changed drastically when the truth came out about Armstrong's cheating. Read morePublished 8 months ago by G. Paterson
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