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