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The Laws of Thermodynamics

Movie, 2018, 100 minutes
The Laws of Thermodynamics
A physicist uses the laws of thermodynamics to describe romance and relationships, but his theories prove faulty when it comes to his own love life.
The movie The Laws of Thermodynamics is a Netflix Original and was released in 2018 and lasts 100 minutes. Mature Themes, Coarse Language, Nudity, Sex Scenes This movie is Emotional, Romantic.
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Score: 6 of the 10

A neurotic scientist tries to balance his love story with a famous top model with his obsession about that Laws of the Thermodynamics rule their relation.

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Audio: Italian;European Spanish [Original];French;European Spanish - Audio Description;Turkish;German
Subtitles: English;European Spanish;Simplified Chinese;Italian;Traditional Chinese

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