Stop at Nothing: The Lance Armstrong Story Soundtrack (

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Rating: 7.50/10 from 3100 votes
Tags: doping suspicion, urine testing


Documentary made by BBC4, tells the intimate but explosive story about the man behind the greatest fraud in recent sporting history, a portrait of a man who stopped at nothing in pursuit of money, fame and success. It reveals how Lance Armstrong duped the world with his story of a miraculous recovery from cancer to become a sporting icon and a beacon of hope for cancer sufferers around the world. The film maps how Armstrong's cheating and bullying became more extreme and how a few brave souls fought back, until eventually their voices were heard. Director Alex Holmes tracks down some of his former friends and team members who reveal how his cheating was the centre of a grand conspiracy in which Armstrong and his backers sought to steal the Tour de France. Friends and fellow riders were brought into a dirty pact that no-one could betray, lest the horrifying extent of complicity be revealed. But the former friends whose lives he destroyed would prove to be his nemesis, and help uncover one of the dirtiest scandals in sports history.

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Stop at Nothing: The Lance Armstrong Story
Strange World
Riding High
Everybody All Together
The Star-Spangled Banner
Gator Drive

User reviews

Joshua Thompson

The choice of music in the film effectively conveys the sense of deception and manipulation that was at the core of Armstrong's story.

Donald Gonzalez

The soundtrack effectively underscores the moments of betrayal, manipulation, and deception portrayed in the film.

Mark Baker

The soundtrack adds depth and complexity to the narrative, making the viewer feel more connected to the unfolding events.

Elizabeth Adams

The use of music in the film is incredibly effective in highlighting the moments of deception and betrayal, as well as the eventual downfall of Lance Armstrong. The score is expertly crafted to build tension and convey the complex web of lies and manipulation that surrounded Armstrong's rise and fall. It immerses the viewers in the story, making them feel the weight of the scandal and the courage of those who dared to speak out against it.

Margaret Lopez

The soundtrack reinforces the sense of tragedy and loss experienced by those who were deceived by Armstrong's actions.

Elizabeth Anderson

The music enhances the emotional impact of the story, especially during the moments of betrayal and revelation.

Anthony Moore

The music creates a sense of tension and unease that mirrors the escalating drama of the documentary.

Robert Baker

The use of music in the film helps to underscore the themes of ambition, greed, and the consequences of unchecked ambition.

Jennifer Green

Overall, the soundtrack of the documentary complements the storytelling and adds an additional layer of emotional depth to the film.

John Turner

The soundtrack contributes to the overall immersive experience of watching the documentary, drawing viewers into the unfolding saga.

Robert Garcia

The combination of haunting melodies and powerful rhythms adds another layer of depth to the already gripping narrative.

Anthony Baker

The choice of music in the documentary did not seem to capture the gravity and seriousness of the scandal surrounding Lance Armstrong. The soundtrack lacked depth and failed to evoke the sense of outrage and deception that the story warranted. It felt like a missed opportunity to use music as a powerful tool to convey the complex emotions and moral dilemmas explored in the film.

Kimberly Rodriguez

The music enhances the emotional impact of the revelations about Lance Armstrong's deceitful actions and the consequences of his choices.

Michelle Green

The music creates a sense of urgency and suspense, keeping audiences engaged and invested in the unfolding events.

Lisa Taylor

The music in Stop at Nothing serves as a powerful storytelling tool, enhancing the impact of the interviews and archival footage.

Amanda Baker

The choice of music reflects the tension and complexity of the relationships between Armstrong and those around him.