Race, justice and a few right hooks: Quentin Tarantino’s "Hateful Eight"

We meet the director who has made blood, guts and sparkling dialogue his bread and butter: Quentin Tarantino speaks to us about his new film "The Hateful Eight" at its Paris premiere. Also, Edith Piaf would have been 100 years old this week. We see how the "Little Sparrow’s" song prevails a century after her birth. And Rio de Janeiro looks to the future, as the Brazilian City opens its new "Museum of Tomorrow". It’s part of an ambitious regeneration scheme just in time for next year’s Olympics.