Logline: In 1936, Ernest Hemingway, already a legend, met novelist and war correspondent Martha Gellhorn in a local bar in Key West. A meeting that would begin their tumultuous romance and subsequent five-year marriage that took them to the Spanish Civil War as Gellhorn stood toe-to-toe with the literary master, putting his famous bravado and iconic style to the test. Gellhorn's competitive nature inspired the novelist to pen one of its most famous novels, For Whom the Bell Tolls.