Legendary Otto Preminger directs Frank Sinatra in one of his best dramatic performances as a recovering heroin addict who struggles against the odds to stay clean. Saul Bass lends his signature, stark style to this very presentable one sheet. In this case, Bass's design depicts the stylistic and broken arm of a heroin junkie. This was a taboo topic during the 1950s and caused quite a sensation when the film was released. Without a doubt, this was a groundbreaking design in the world of posters and is highly prized by collectors!