A Thriller As Excitingly Different As Its Title!
Frank Bigelow, an L.A. accountant, takes a vacation to San Francisco to relax and womanize for a few days when he is slipped a slow-acting poison for which there is no antidote. The doctor's prognosis: he has forty-eight hours to live. Forty-eight hours to find his murderer!
This terrifically taut landmark film never lets up for a minute. A great script and beautiful score by legendary composer Dimitri Tiompkin makes this one of the finest noir films ever made. Beautifully restored from the producer's negative. -Wade Williams