The Satanic Temple has become one of the most controversial ‘religious' crusades in America. A movement of the modern age, it uses outrageous pranks and social media to attract hundreds of thousands of devotees. One such endeavour involves a campaign to place a nine-foot bronze satanic monument (Baphomet) next to the statue of the Ten Commandments on the lawn of the Arkansas State Capitol. The tenet at the heart of US law – the separation of church and state – is about to get a legal pounding. Director Penny Lane, no stranger to provocative subjects (for example, Nuts! – about a goat-testicle cure), discovers that the new generation of Satan followers are not entirely what you'd expect.