“The Gleaners” — Jean-Francois Millet

Man’s Search for Meaning

A distillation of Viktor Frankl’s life and work

Viktor Frankl was Jewish and lived in Austria. Because of this, he felt the effects of the spread of Nazism from an early age.

When the Second World War began, his brother, Walter, was captured by the Nazis and sent to a concentration camp. Later his sister, Stella, fled to Mexico.