Showtime is airing the two-hour documentary Lance Armstrong: Stop at Nothing on Friday, November 7 at 9pm. It reveals a portrait of a man who will stop at nothing “in the pursuit of money, fame and success.” Written and directed by Alex Holmes, the documentary includes interviews with his former teammates, friends and enemies. It doesn’t paint a pretty picture of the fallen Olympic cyclist, that’s for sure. The writer and director of the film also wrote House of Saddam, the 2008 BBC TV mini-series in about Saddam Hussein’s family and his relationship with his closest advisers. He wasn’t portrayed in a positive light either.
While Lance Armstrong has been banned from riding even in charity races, he seems to be doing just fine. A few weeks ago, TMZ caught him on a Miami beach with his Norwegian former model girlfriend Anna Hansen. They kissed on the beach, ate sandwiches on the beach, and laughed together on a boat.