There once was a man who won the world's toughest athletic contest seven times in a row, and also beat cancer, and presided invincibly over a vast empire of splashy fundraiser bracelets. He had some help from drugs, which means there's a story here about the human condition as a function of pharmacology, but documentary ace Alex Gibney prefers a study of personalities. Here he's got several to choose from. There's Lance Armstrong, of course, the one-time superhero of competitive cycling who now is banned from it for life. And there's the small army of Armstrong's various abettors, detractors, rivals, and inquisitors — including Gibney himself, who'd been working on a boosterish... More >>>