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Three of the world’s most famous “doctors of the soul” hailed from Vienna. And the capital of the Danube Monarchy at the beginning of the 20th century had a profound influence on them. All three – Sigmund Freud, Alfred Adler and Viktor Frankl – had their roots in Judaism and it formed the development of their therapeutic principles. The three men not only knew each other, they also inspired each other and engaged in numerous disputes. They became famous, expelled and persecuted and yet never renounced their roots. The documentary establishes the connection between the three great psychotherapists and sheds light on the trends that contributed to the emergence of the three Viennese schools and the important role Judaism played in this process.