OK, so, based off what you have submitted, it's too vague, no discernible protagonist. No discernible conflict. And honestly, it's doesn't entice me to want to open the script.
Ahem... the primary function of a logline is to serve as a window to your screenplay. The logline is the succinct essence of the critical elements of the story that must be expressed to get a clear picture of the throughline of your story.
At the moment, yours need some windex. In other words, it needs to be less clunky, and more focused.
All that aside, I'll offer a suggestion that maybe you can modify and build off of as you see fit, but first I need more help from you:
Have you read any articles or tips on how to construct loglines?
Who is the main protagonist and what does he or she want?
Who (antagonist) or what is standing in the way of the main character?
What are the stakes?
What makes this story unique?