Plumber Gatton is one of the first films directed by Francis Ford Coppola, and it’s a really wonderful film, which is full of charm, fun, and drama. It’s a comedy of sorts, and it’s a story about a man (Peter Sellers) who gets stuck in a small town, in order to save his marriage from falling apart.
The main plot of Plumber Gatton is that Plumber is having a miserable day, and he decides to go out and “save the day”, which is to say, save his marriage from falling apart. He’s trying to get a woman to marry him, but she isn’t interested, and when he leaves the restaurant, she tells him that she’s not interested either. So, he goes home and sits by his computer, trying to figure out how to “save the day”. Eventually, he ends up talking to an old woman, who has a few ideas about what to do.
The movie really takes off when Plumber decides to approach the old woman. He shows up at her door and tells her that he just wants to “save the day” for her. She tells him that he can’t just “save the day” for her, because it doesn’t matter what the “situation” is, and she’ll just have to sit by it and let it happen.
When Plumber goes back to the woman’s house, she doesn’t show, but there’s still an argument going on between her husband, so Plumber decides to go back and help out. This leads to Plumber getting to know this woman, and she decides that she’s ready to get serious with a guy. Plumber ends up going to see her again, and when they finally end up seeing each other, he realizes that it’s his destiny to get to know her. After all, he was the one who convinced her to marry him, and if he doesn’t, what’s the point of even getting married?
So, Plumber Gatton is a great movie, and it’s a great watch, especially if you’re someone who likes to see a good comedy with good acting and a good story. If you don’t like comedies, or you don’t like stories, then this one may not be for you.
The movie is one of the better ones, and it’s a good time, so I suggest you go watch it. if you haven’t, because you’ll probably enjoy it! !Read More