Now available for viewing on SundanceNow.com: sundancenow.com/storm-signal/documentary/2314998. A 1966 Drew Associates documentary, "Storm Signal” enters the lives of an ordinary couple who are slipping further and further into the clutches of addiction. Jim and Helen live modestly in the Bronx with their young child. Four years into their marriage, Jim persuades Helen to try heroin, and soon they are both stuck in a bitter cycle of dependency. When Jim is imprisoned for stealing to supply their habit, Helen is forced either to seek drugs on her own – or to beat her addiction. Intimately filmed by living with the couple for four months, “Storm Signal” studies the devastating impact of addiction on the lives of families. The film won First Prize at the 1966 Venice Film Festival.