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Three incredible real life short stories in one magnificent block

TEN BY TEN – There is no denying the evocative power of food to remind us of who we are and where we come from. And after living in Asia for over fifteen years, my sister Jessica was longing for the burgers and barbecue of her native Tennessee.

With the help of her husband Dongseop, Jessica opened an American-style diner out of her home on Jeju Island, South Korea in 2018. But after being featured on one of the country’s most popular television shows, the couple must now adjust to the shock of their newfound TV fame, the crowds of curious new customers it brings, and all this against the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Exploring themes of food, home, identity, and celebrity, Ten by Ten is an intimate portrait of Jessica’s journey through these events as she learns to navigate the blurred boundaries between private life and public persona.

BEFFEN FIRST – Linda inherited the world’s smallest ferry: “Beffen”. Linda’s father lived and breathed for the old ferry and she was completely unprepared for his sudden death. What bothers Linda the most is that the boat is in miserable condition. Will she manage to run the small ferry company?

CLAIRE – As Claire recounts the personal tragedy that turned her life upside down, we learn how a local community came together to support a woman on the brink, and how she went on to tackle the injustices in UK law, to try and stop others from suffering the same tragic events.