I Am Me

A film by Kathrin Resetarits
A/D 2006, 33 Min.
Stereo, S-16/35mm, 1:1,85


Twins look at each other and ask themselves who they are. Two pairs of girls, seven and thirteen years old, try to differentiate between themselves or become one. Do I think I’m pretty or that she is? While eating and at school, dancing and dreaming: Harmony and individuality become visible. And then there’s the question of who’s the person in the family photos: “And that’s me.”

I AM ME is a film essay which examines the theme of identity, using two pairs of identical twins as an example. A search among personal experience and everyday life: 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 other individuals on the screen? What makes us different, what do we have in common?


Director, Script:

Kathrin Resetarits



Sandra Merseburger



Emily Artmann

Production Manager:

Zepp Berensmeier

Markus Glaser


Nikolaus Geyrhalter

Markus Glaser

Michael Kitzberger

Wolfgang Widerhofer



NGF - Nikolaus Geyrhalter Filmproduktion GmbH

Hochschule für Film und Fernsehen Berlin 

Universität für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Wien - Abteilung Film und Fernsehen


With support of:

BKA Kunst

3sat ZDF

Land Niederösterreich Kultur


Please be aware that these photos are available exclusively for work associated with the film, duplication for use elsewhere is prohibited without express permission.
© Nikolaus Geyrhalter Filmproduktion GmbH


Special Jury Award, Uppsala (2006)
Best Ethnographic/Anthropological Film, Florence (2006)


Diagonale, Festival of Austrian Film, Graz, 2006
Linz, 2006
Oberhausen, 2006
Seoul, 2006
Cork, 2006
Uppsala, 2006
Florence, 2006