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The Linguini Incident - David Bowie - Rosanna Arquette
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LANGUAGE : English SUBTITLE : Dutch****Lucy is waiting tables at Dali s, a restaurant for the terminally trendy, while she tries to get her act together as an escape artist. Monte is a suave bartender and pathological liar. For some mysterious reason, Monte is desperate to marry someone by Friday. And Cecil and Dante are the preposterously flamboyant owners who seen to have a stake in Monte s past and Lucy s future. And they all embark on a hilarious adventure
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David Bowie gives a rare and wonderful comedic performance as Monty, a luckless gambler trying to cancel out his debts to Cecil and Dante (Andre Gregory and Buck Henry), his employers at a chic east village restaurant. Caught in the middle is Lucy (Rosanna Arquette), a failed escape artist who teams up with Monty to rob the restaurant, despite the fact that almost everything out of her partner's mouth is an obvious lie.
Quotable lines proliferate in a wittily silly script that needed only a slightly jazzier director. The movie captures a certain Manhattanesque sophisticated stupidity like few other films I've seen. Part Woody Allen, part 'Desperately Seeking Susan', part Scorsese's 'After Hours', The Linguini Incident captures New York bohemian narcissism perfectly, following a collection of hilariously self-absorbed dingbats as they wade through the fog of their own idiotic dreams and seem to bump into one another inadvertently. But as it turns out, that's how you make it in New York. Ain't love grand?
I was worried it wasn't ever going to be released on DVD before my tape started wearing out. So glad to have stumbled across it after several years of searching. It's a very basic DVD, no frills or extra features, but for the price I'm not complaining. I do have to admit, I have some issues with the cover. It depicts a diner when, in fact, most of the movie takes place within a trendy, underground New York restaurant where the rich and elite "Trend-sucking leeches" dwell.
The acting is good. The soundtrack is excellent. And the story is just plain fun. Definitely worth a watch or three.