The Armstrong Lie
Still yet to get a release date in the U.S., director Stephen Frears had made no bones admitting that he wasn't looking to tell Lance Armstrong's life story with The Program, calling it instead a "crime story about a man who stole the Tour de France seven times." In the meantime, Alex Gibney's 2013 documentary, The Armstrong Lie, offers an unprecedented look into the cyclist's fall from grace. Originally titled The Road Back, the project began filming before the 2012 doping investigation and was meant to be a tale of a cycling great returning to the sport he loved. The ensuing scandal changed the plot significantly. The end of the doc even features a sit-down with Armstrong done by Gibney just hours after he recorded his infamous Oprah interview.