"Viktor Frankl's book, "Man's Search for Meaning", sold more than 12 million copies in multiple languages. Now his grandson, Alex Vesely, has recorded a Frankl's life with archival materials and revealing stories from Frankl's family and closest colleagues, Viktor and I is a stunning tribute that brings the essence of Frankl into sharp focus. As entertaining as it is edifying!" Viktor E. Frankl left an imprint on the world with his work and philosophy and beyond that he also was an inspiring and unique character. Termed one of the "greatest thinkers of the 20th century," Frankl showed that meaning can be found in life in spite of, if not because of, unspeakable suffering. Filmmaker Alexander Vesely, grandson of Viktor Frankl, traced his grandfather's footsteps and met the extraordinary people closest to him to gain a first hand impression of the man he really was. The result is a fascinating documentary, showing Frankl as he was seen by students and peers, friends and relatives, acquaintances both professional and private. We can witness a variety of encounters and anecdotes from funny to profound, from sentimental to inspiring -- but always full of insight into a most human personality.
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