Bigger, Stronger, Faster

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In America, we define ourselves in the superlative: we are the biggest, strongest, fastest country in the world. Is it any wonder that so many of our heroes are on performance enhancing drugs? Director Christopher Bell explores America's win-at-all-cost culture by examining how his two brothers became members of the steroid-subculture in an effort to realize their American dream.


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  • Bryan 7 years ago

    why is this not working??

  • neal acrr 8 years ago

    bigger,stronger,faster is not playing

  • PokerMikey 8 years ago

    Thank you for showing me that view point to steroids. I always used to think that steroids were bad and toxic etc. But they really aren't.

    I myself have never used steroids but did play HighSchool football and there were a few that took creatine, etc, but in highschool you are dealing more with raw talent then anything else.... so it doesn't really matter.....

    It's the abuse that hurts...... not the actual drug.

    Great documentary.

    It's funny to see Rep. Congressman Waxmen/Wexel/Weasle call the hearings to congress and then had no friggin idea what he was talking about......


  • fuck cnn, bbc and fox.

    fucking fearmongering.

    i could abuse on c vitamines and would have all out side effects.

    abuse= side effects.

  • William 8 years ago

    As someone who interviews professional wrestlers for my show The Wrestling Hotseat, I had a definite interest in viewing this film. Several of my guests have had health problems that derived from steroid abuse. I've also had several guests who appeared on CNN etc. during the Chris Benoit fiasco.
    Ultimately, it boils down to a personal choice. Whether or not they are beneficial, destructive, etc. is really irrelevant. A personal choice that does not affect the lives of others should not be interferred with by the government, nor should any wrestling promoter, or entity be responsible for the actions of a grown adult.
    Thanks for sharing with us! I love this site!