Hi everybody, I was watching The Bourne Identity tonight and I heard him say something (in the beginning, on the boat) that got me thinking. He says "Je ne sais pas que je suis" to mean "I don't know who I am" - my question is about the relative pronoun "que". As I understand it "que" can replace a direct object - I think of the sentence as being "I don't know [the person] who/that I am" - so "que" is replacing "the person" - which is the object of the verb "savoir" - so "que" can replace "the person" since it is a direct object - right? I initially thought "que" should be "qui" - which I understand can replace a subject or an indirect object that is a person - but I couldn't get anywhere with that. So is "que" in fact replacing a direct object? I think so, I just want to confirm. So if I am correct, if I were to say a sentence like "I don't know who I saw last night", I could use "que" as well, right? Since the person that was seen last night is the object of the verb "to know" - or is it the object of the verb "to see"? Thank you very much in advance!