Multi-award-winning Spanish filmmaker Mateo Gil will present the World premiere of his latest film, The Laws of Thermodynamics (Las Leyes de la Termodinámica), a unique romantic comedy co-produced by Spain’s Zeta Cinema and Atresmedia Cine, at Miami Film Festival’s upcoming 35th anniversary edition to be held March 9 – 18.
The Laws of Thermodynamics is Mateo Gil’s most astoundingly original creation yet, in which he brilliantly dissects the romantic comedy genre at the same time he elevates it with explosive new levels of movie-star chemistry and expertly-timed wit. The film stars Vito Sanz (Maria (and the Others)) as a Sciences graduate student who blames his disastrous love life, such as being dumped by his girlfriend (played by Berta Vazquez of Palm Trees in the Snow), on the mysteriously comic laws of cosmic thermodynamics. Also starring is rapidly-rising new star, Chino Darín.
The Laws of Thermodynamics will be presented as one of the Festival’s prestigious Marquee events and will additionally compete in the Festival’s Knight Competition and HBO Ibero-American Feature Film Competition.
— Español — Zeta Cinema produce esta película en la que un amante despechado está convencido de que el fracaso en todas sus relaciones sentimentales se debe a las leyes de la termodinámica.
Dirigida por Mateo Gil, Las leyes de la termodinámica es una comedia romántica que cuenta con la participación de Hugo Silva (Tenemos que hablar, El Ministerio del Tiempo), Berta Vázquez (Palmeras en la nieve, Vis a Vis) y Miki Esparbé (El rey tuerto, Requisitos para ser una persona normal), entre otros.
**Individual vouchers guaranteeing a seat at the Marquee Evening with Mateo Gil featuring The Laws of Thermodynamics, as well as individual vouchers for The Warning and The Skin of the Wolf, are now on sale to the general public.**