Philip Ridley went on to make two other features, The Passion of Darkly Noon and Heartless, but in my opinion, this is his best film.
Anyhow, I haven't much to say about The Reflecting Skin, but I admire it. It screens one time only on Friday at the Vancity Theatre, and this may be an opportunity worth seizing, because it very rarely shows. (For some reason or other, it even took a long time to make it onto digital media in North America, even after Viggo became a name; my copy of it is still a DVD I bought at the long-gone Vancouver location of the Japanese book chain Book Off, complete with Japanese subtitles).
Incidentally, I'm told that this article in Filmmaker Magazine is quite good, if you want more...! And again, thanks to Tom Charity for booking films like this (get out and support them, folks!).