I watched the Sazuma release of this the other day and rather enjoyed it - seems odd that such a stylish piece of work could have been the by-product of Wes Craven's film. Also odd that the English track excludes any swearing (as I recall) as surely if the viewer were offended at a few four-letter words this would be the wrong film to watch!
Lovelock was, I thought, really strong in the lead - his usual affable persona, but thoroughly cruel and manipulative beneath the surface, and is it wrong of me to like his trippy lyrics and harmonica more than Ferry's original 'Let's Stick Together'!?
I think Prosperi's direction really lifts a potentially noxious combination of elements out of the cinematic sewer (where Craven's film remains), especially the opening robbery sequence cutting to the girls undressing poolside (accompanied by the Lovelock song) - the way the girls stand for a second, then simultaneously start to move is a stroke of real genius imho.