In Gonzo: The Life and Work of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson, Director Alex Gibney (Taxi to the Dark Side) Creates a Portrait of One of Journalism's Most Controversial and Talented Superstars. Famous in the 1960S for His Wild, Self-Coined "Gonzo" Style of Reporting, Thompson's Most Famous Adventures Include Riding with the Hell's Angels, Chasing the American Dream in Las Vegas, and Covering the Volatile George McGovern Political Campaign. The Fact That Thompson Did Most of His Reporting While Throwing Back Large Quantities of Wild Turkey and Illegal Drugs Led to Some of the Most Bizarre and Imaginative Journalism the Writing World Had Ever Seen. Gibney Pieces Thompson's Life Together Using Archival Footage and Recordings and Interviews with Those Closest to Him, Including His Former Wives and Son, and the Artist Ralph Steadman. Director: Alex Gibney Featured: Gary Hart, George McGovern, Jann Wenner, Jimmy Bu, Audio: Dolby Digital - English Subtitles - Spanish - Optional Additional Release Material: Additional Audio Material - a Fond Farewell (3) Additional Footage - a Final Farewell Audio Commentary - Alex Gibney, Director Deleted Scenes (4) Hightlights - 1. Home Movies / Audio Recordings 2. The Arsenal - Thompson's Fire Arms Inventory Running Time: 120 Minutes.