The Mexican comedy Love & Mathematics (Amor y matemáticas) from director Claudia Sainte-Luce (The Amazing Catfish), will have its world premiere in the Contemporary World Cinema showcase at Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF).
Starring Roberto Quijano, Diana Bovio, and Daniela Salinas and set in the city of northern Mexican city of Monterrey, Love & Mathematics tells the story of Billy Lozano, who after teenage fame as part of a popular boy band, has found himself in his late thirties, and unhappily married.
Billy’s suburban routine consists of taking care of his infant son and loathing his wife’s poorly behaved lap dog. His life changes when he meets Monica, a former mega-fan of the band, who moves into the house next door and inspires him to pick up the guitar again and find something worth living for.
Watch the trailer for Love & Mathematics (Amor y matemáticas)