"I am me" is a film essay which examines identity, using two pairs of identical twins as an examples.The twin girls are put into various situations, both together and separately, to show their everyday lives and thoughts. Fictional and documentary elements intertwine. The main intention is not to present scientific or philosophical insight, but to search among personal experiences and everyday life, inevitably encouraging the following questions from the audience: Who am I and what does this "I" mean-a thing which is so valuable but can present such insurmountable obstacles? What do I as a member of the audience make of the individuals on the screen? What makes us different; what do we have in common?