Michael Mann looks back on ‘The Last of the Mohicans’ 20 years later

Indeed, it is still the film’s sweeping romance, its epic sadness, its viscous sense of honor that resonates emotionally to this day.

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Waiting for Robert Capa by Susana Fortes

A big, sweeping romance in the face of danger and against the backdrop of war? Sign me up (to read—not to live.)

Gerda Taro and and Robert Capa: reinvented themselves and war photography. Photograph: Fred Stein Archive/Getty Images

Robert Capa and Gerda Taro: love in a time of war Capa and Taro lived, loved and died on the frontline, becoming the most famous war photographers of their time. As a new novel about them is published, we explore their real relationship.

Sean O’Hagan The Observer, Saturday 12 May 2012

(Source: Guardian)