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Successful sports stars often become role models. For years, cyclist Armstrong was a hero to millions of fans. His remarkable story of recovery from life-threatening cancer to become a seven-time Tour de France champion was inspirational, and his ‘Livestrong’ wristbands became a popular accessory around the world. Years later, despite insisting he was innocent throughout his trial, it was found that he’d been using illegal, performance-enhancing substances, and he was stripped of his titles. This documentary, featuring interviews with Armstrong both before and after he confessed, explains why and how such a lie was created and maintained for so long.
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11+ years 132 mins
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14+ years 108 mins
This shocking documentary examines the Enron scandal of the last decade- one of the most notorious cases of corporate greed and corruption ever.
14+ years 110 mins
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With the Olympic and Paralympic Games kicking off in Rio, our expert film programmers bring you a selection of their favourite sporting films.
Reading time 4 mins
A collection of some of the most important documentary films from throughout cinema history.
Suitable forAll ages
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