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In this offbeat drama, a group of people who have nothing in common are having breakfast at the same diner, with Denise the waitress (Amanda Plummer) serving them coffee. As we view the unrelated strands of their lives, the patrons are suddenly and dramatically brought together when a lunatic with a gun opens fire on the diner, as a SWAT team attempts to bring him down and restore order while protecting the lives of the people inside. October 22 also features Colm Meaney, Ernie Hudson Richard Schenkman, and Tate Donovan.
R (some graphic shootings, language and an exotic dance scene)