At around the 10 minute mark, Poe recites a portion of a line of poetry. It is from Edgar Allan Poe's immortal poem Anabelle Lee. "And neither the angels in heaven above, nor the demons down under the sea, can ever dissever my soul from the soul of the beautiful..." See more
After his princess died, the peasant boy wandered the world lost to despair. Until one day, he came upon an immortal who told him his princess had been stolen, trapped in an enchantment. So now he seeks her, across this world and every other. Because somewhere, sealed behind frozen glass and thick walls of deadly thorns, she sleeps waiting to be awakened. And someday, without fail, he will find her.