Most people would tell you that Showgirls is a bizarre, tone-deaf curiosity in Paul Verhoeven’s filmography — that it doesn’t belong on the same shelf next to beloved Verhoeven cult classics like RoboCop and Starship Troopers. Those people would be incorrect. Despite its failure to capture audiences and critics alike, Showgirls is every bit as satirical and entertaining as the more respected films in Verhoeven’s catalog, and the people at Pathé Films seem to agree.

The company has revealed a new (and very NSFW, obviously) trailer for the re-release and restoration of Verhoeven’s tragically misunderstood trash-masterpiece:

The film that effectively ended Elizabeth Berkley’s movie career before it even really began is back — and it’s as big and campy and gloriously trashy as you remember. Although most critics and film fans felt that Showgirls was a huge misfire for Verhoeven, it’s certainly in keeping with the director’s darkly satirical streak. The 1995 film gained instant notoriety for its NC-17 rating and its casting of Berkley, who was looking to shed the goody-goody persona created by her role in Saved by the Bell.

The end result was a crass fairy tale satire about the toxicity of fame, which is every bit as relevant now as it was over 20 years ago. Unfortunately, most people took Verhoeven’s campy allegory as unintentionally humorous; the sort of film that’s “so bad it’s good,” at best.

But Showgirls has been given the full restoration treatment, and is returning to theaters (in France, anyway) ahead of the new Blu-ray and DVD release. Finally, Verhoeven’s misunderstood masterpiece is getting the attention it rightfully deserves.