Film show: 'Vita & Virginia' focuses on Bloomsbury group's literary lovers

The Bloomsbury group's literary lovers have been brought to the big screen in "Vita & Virginia" which focuses on the romance between Virginia Woolf and Vita Sackville-West. Film critic Lisa Nesselson tells us why director Chanya Button's version of the story falls flat. We also discuss a dark vision of life in rural Quebec thanks to filmmaker Claire Devers and we take a look at how Peter Jackson's mastery has been applied to archival footage from World War I for "They Shall Not Grow Old".