Gabi had a stable, promising government job in Brazil, but that wasn’t the life she wanted. She fell in love with Tony and the idea of living in New York with him, but what followed was a broken relationship with her father and years of guilt and disappointment. Gabi welcomes her husband’s sudden expatriation to Brussels as yet another attempt to find herself and feel at home. Home is who you are is the story of those who leave their lives behind in order to start a new one with their partners. It’s about the loss of everything familiar, everything that gives you a sense of identity. It is also about the fear of turning thirty and not having everything figured out yet.