Want to delve deeper into the controversial life of Lance Armstrong? Director Alex Gibney’s The Armstrong Lie, a documentary which chronicles cyclist Lance Armstrong’s rise and inevitable fall, comes out on Blu-ray and DVD on February 11 from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.
Gibney, whose previous credits include Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room and We Steal Secrets: The Story of Wikileaks, covered the Tour de France and Armstrong’s return from his 2005 retirement. After finally admitting to doping in October 2012, Armstrong’s story had drastically changed, leading the filmmaker to change perspective on his documentary.
The Armstrong Lie contains new interviews with Armstrong as well as his former teammates. As for the Blu-ray and DVD special features, they are as follows:
- Commentary from director Alex Gibney
- Q&A with Gibney, magazine writer Bill Strickland, cyclist Jonathan Vaughters, and Betsy Andreu
- Over 40 minutes of deleted scenes