Willis and Chavi embark on a search and rescue of their
beloved, Daphne, when superstition coaxes the villagers of Raelle
to make a nasty decision to sacrifice her to the sea.

For the village of Raelle, superstition and folklore play a big part
in their everyday lives. However, they feel that a living sacrifice is better than
spilled blood. Thus, when the arrival of several terrible storms make them
offer Daphne as a living sacrifice to the ocean, she is beautifully adorned
in flowers and incense on a small boat that they believed would surely
be swallowed up by the wrath of the storms and calm the sea.