When the king of the elves decides it's time to BECOME, it's up to a haughty Elvin princess to leave the Green Sea and enter the world of the Human "Barbarians" to find her brother, so he can take the throne.
Elves don’t die like humans. When they feel it’s there time, they “Become.” Sort of like Obi Wan in Star Wars when he became one with the force. (Except the elves bodies don’t disappear)
There is a ceremony with all their friends and loved ones, then they lie down and their spirit becomes one with nature.
I am not sure how to explain that in a logline but it is important to the story.
Good point Glyn,
The story is about prejudices. The Elvin princess believes humans to be uncouth barbarians, the last thing she wants to do is travel to the human world.
It is a coming of age story, in spite the fact the “Green Sea” is huge, She is sheltered, she has never met a human before. Through the story she leans that many of her preconceptions about humans were wrong.