Robert G. Zuckerman took his beautiful, touching photograph of David Bowie in December 1990, Coney Island, NY. “One of my first still jobs on a film set, covering the final New York portion of the indie production The Linguini Incident. This portrait of David Bowie was made on a cold, grey, blustery December morning as he stood on the beach, in between cigarettes.”
The Linguini Incident is a 1991 American comedic film set in New York starring David Bowie and Rosanna Arquette. The film was directed by Richard Shepard, who co-wrote the script with Tamar Brott. Marlee Matlin, Buck Henry and Iman co-star. Lucy (Arquette) is a frustrated magician, specifically an escape artist, who is obsessed with becoming a modern female version of Harry Houdini.