Some superficial things to take into consideration in association with Horus symbolism. Namely, the pyramid, the one eye, face paint very vaguely reminiscent of a falcon to emphasize one eye, falcon (rarely present anywhere else, though) and the color blue. Those are all symbols of Horus that can be found elsewhere in the film and music industry to varying degrees where relevant. Even in cosplay related to the film, the woman covers one eye with her hair Lady Gaga-style instead of finding a way to actually have the character's short hair.
The plot: This surreal sci-fi flick posits a dystopian future where genetically engineered beings coexist with eugenically altered humans and ancient deities. The god Horus (voiced by Thomas M. Pollard) -- one of mankind's creators -- is set to be put to death but has a week's reprieve. To perpetuate his effect on the world, Horus plans to reproduce. The trouble is, he needs a host body to inhabit and a woman capable of carrying an unearthly child.
A review form IMDB adds: HORUS (the god of the sky), about to be executed by his peers, is given 7 days to visit Earth for the last time. He spends his time searching for a particular woman he wants to impregnate. To do that he needs a human body to act as his vessel (or container). An accidentally escaped terrorist (or we can call it a rebel) becomes it. The woman herself is having mysterious body changes and a complete lost of past memories. A lot of small events and characters are involved in the whole situation.
Personally, when I watched it a long time ago it put me to sleep. It's a big hit among people into the occult and the metaphysical. Lovers of the film naturally say that if you don't like it, you must be daft. Here are some screen captures: