I Am tells the story of three different women: three versions of the same day in the life lived through the eyes and minds of three Eastern European actresses, 10 years apart in age, all living and working in Los Angeles. Seven beats of a day repeat for each woman, like echoes of one another. Each lives through what appears to be a seemingly mundane day—a day that will eventually become a fracture in the timeline of her life. Perhaps one of the timelines is real; perhaps none of them are. Perhaps the question is deeper: How many versions of yourself live within you, and how many of them feel real?

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