Based on actual events, this is the story of east Germany’s illegal drugging of their teenage athletes. To achieve international prominence and thereby prove the superiority of the Socialist way of life, East Germany used science and medicine to yield more medal-winning athletes at the elite world sporting events than any other country. Steroids, blood boosting, human growth hormones, and amphetamines were commonly used by girl swimmers and other athletes to push for dominance.
Writer/Director: Anthony Meindl
Status: In Development