Inspired by, rather than based on, the famous poem of the same name by the right-wing Irish poet W.B. Yeats, the film covers a lot of ground, both literally and metaphorically. Themes familiar to the Alt-Right include the struggle between good and evil, political manipulation, the decadence and decay of Western civilization, and the hope of its resurrection and revival.
A central plot element is a "malediction" placed on Western civilization by the curse of the 1960s (personified by Charles Manson) and an attempt to change this into a "benediction" through spiritual exegesis and esoteric magick—practically our bread and butter given the events of recent weeks.
A strong cast includes avant-garde noise and industrial musician Boyd Rice and Pete Doherty of the legendary British "garage rock" band The Libertines.
Access the video here, but view with caution for dark forces are at work in this rough-edged cinematic masterpiece.