Film show: 'Snowden', 'The Handmaiden' and 'The Death of Louis XIV'
Oliver Stone takes aim at mass surveillance in his new film "Snowden" which recounts the life-changing actions of NSA whistleblower, Edward Snowden. Film critic Ben Croll tells us why this story of patriot-turned-exile is one that’s close to the director’s own heart. We also check out Park Chan-Wook’s sumptuous tale of Japanese colonial rule in Korea in "The Handmaiden".
French new release "Heal the Living" tackles the delicate issue of organ donation, and legendary actor Jean-Pierre Léaud embodies a bed-bound Sun King in the period piece, "The Death of Louis XIV".