The Rear-view mirror of a stationary car on the verge of a road

The Rear-view mirror of a stationary car on the verge of a road is a cinematographic investigation of narration. In a time where we are increasingly inclined to see ourselves as lead characters in the film that is our own life, this film asks questions about the meaning of events for our idea of identity.
What happens when you see life as a chain of unrelated events? Can we understand them in any other way besides turning them into stories? And what is left then? If all events are equally important, is there still a story? And if there is no story, then who are you?