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THE LAWS OF THERMODYNAMICS
(LAS LEYES DE LA TERMODINÁMICA)

World Premiere

DIRECTED BY Mateo Gil

Country: Spain
Language: English, Spanish
Subtitles: English
Original Title: Las leyes de la termodinámica

Running Time: 100min
Film Year: 2018
Category: Marquee Series

Spanish writer-director Mateo Gil (Realive) returns to our Festival with his most inspired and entertaining creation yet, an audaciously imaginative spin on the rom-com that pits a love-struck science savant against the mid-boggling cosmicomic dictates of love and physics.

Set in Barcelona, The Laws of Thermodynamics tracks the tumultuous romance between Manel and model-turned-actress Elena. Gliding seamlessly back and forth through space and time, the film takes us on a whirlwind tour of seduction and ecstasy, heartbreak and regeneration.

Featuring an (inter)stellar cast that includes Maria (and the Others) star Vito Sanz and Palm Trees in the Snow ’s Berta Vazquez, The Laws of Thermodynamics balances scenes of romantic bedazzlement with witty commentaries from science experts—though can anyone explain the gravitational pull of the object of one’s desire?

This film is also featured in the 2018 Film Festival’s Knight Competition and HBO Ibero American Competition Film Categories.


A Conversation with Mateo Gil

Preceding the screening of The Laws of Thermodynamics, join us for an in-depth conversation with Mateo Gil as he talks about his multi-award winning career, directing his own screenplays, and what to expect from his new film.

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Tuesday March 13th @ 7:45pm REGAL 17 Add to Schedule

credits

Director: Mateo Gil
Producer: Francisco Ramos, Mikel Lejarza, Mercedes Gamero

Cast: Vito Sanz, Berta Vázquez, Chino Darín, Vicky Luengo, Juan Betancourt, Irene Escolar

Mateo Gil

Mateo Gil is a Spanish filmmaker. He is the co-winner of three Best Screenplay Goyas, for The Sea Inside (04), The Method (05) and Agora (09) . His directorial credits include Nobody Knows Anybody (99) and Realive (16), both of which screened at the Festival. The Laws of Thermodynamics (18) is his latest film.

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