Maria (Sonia Braga) and Paulo (Paulo César Peréio) are a couple who use each other to satisfy their sexual desires and to avoid their loneliness. However, they are not at all in love. Over time as their relationship continues, Maria and Paulo begin to realize that they are in fact falling for each other.
I Love You (Portuguese: Eu Te Amo) is a 1981 Brazilian drama film directed by Arnaldo Jabor. It was shot along the Rodrigo de Freitas Lagoon, Lagoa, Rio de Janeiro. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1981 Cannes Film Festival.
I Love You – Eu Te Amo (1981)
Directed by: Arnaldo Jabor
Starring: Vera Abelha, Sonia Braga, Regina Casé, Maria Lúcia Dahl, Vera Fischer, Markus Konká, Tarcísio Meira, Paulo César Peréio
Screenplay by: Arnaldo Jabor, Leopoldo Serran
Production Design by: Marcos Weinstock
Cinematography by: Cezar Elias, José Tadeu Ribeiro, Murilo Salles
Film Editing by: Mair Tavares
Costume Design by: Fernando Bedê, Giovanna Vassalo
Music by: César Camargo Mariano
Distributed by: Embrafilme
Release Date: April 12, 1981