Awesome Star Wars reference. However, there are already real life animals, most extinct, but some not, that break so many laws of physics with their ability to fly. I'll post something else when I have more time about how it works.
Do not confuse "we don't fully understand the dynamics of that" with "breaks the laws of physics". Nothing breaks the laws of physics - at worst they demonstrate laws of physics of which we were previously unaware.
The classic example is the bumblebee, which, back in the day, defied explanation. However, the confusion came due to an assumption - that the bumblebee flapped its wings up and down, when they really flap them back and forth - the resulting fluid dynamics are different, but calculable, and the bumblebee (and the hummingbird, which uses a similar movement to hover) is no longer an enigma.
The only block to our understanding was being able to see the wing motion. We couldn't understand until we built cameras that could show us the motion.