The life of Viktor Frankl, the Holocaust survivor who wrote the best-seller "Man’s Search for Meaning," is getting the biopic treatment. Frankl was a psychiatrist whose ideas of treatment were deeply shaped by his experiences surviving the Holocaust. He went on to write 39 books, with Man’s Search for Meaning becoming his seminal work with millions of copies sold, more than 24 translations and influence beyond the psychiatric field. The film will cover a wide span of Frankl’s life, the story will focus on the unique relationship the author developed with a young former baseball prodigy named Jerry Long. Frankl and Long began a correspondence in the early 1980s, commencing a nearly 20-year friendship that profoundly impacted both men at critical junctures in each of their lives.