Kesselman Figures Out An Ending

Writer Jonathan Kesselman (“The Hebrew Hammer”) is set to produce and adapt Glenn Frank’s prize-winning debut novel, “Abe Gilman’s Ending,” for the screen says The Hollywood Reporter.

“Ending” centers on a depressed man in a wheelchair forced to move to a nursing home after his wife dies. Close to giving up hope, his interest in life is rekindled when a new patient enlists others for a historical project.

In an intertwined story line, a young German Jewish boy in post-World War II Boston attempts to discover what happened to his father after the Holocaust.