In 1999, BBC produced a three-part documentary series on television about three of the most notable European philosophers. Titled “Beyond Good and Evil”, first part centered on German Philosopher and cultural critic, Friedrich Nietzsche. The second part, titled “Thinking the Unthinkable”, revolved around Martin Heidegge who is best known for his existential and phenomenological explorations of the “question of Being”. The third part of the film features French philosopher, Jean-Paul Satre, Titled “The Road To Freedom”, the last installment of the series reveals how the term Existentialism was first introduced in the field of Philosophy. It details the belief of Satre that the meaning and purpose of our lives depends solely upon what we decide it to be.