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Overall C-

When Adrienne Willis (Diane Lane) agrees to take care of her friend's remote country inn for a few days, she is imagining an opportunity to get way from her problems at home with an unfaithful husband and a rebellious teen. What she doesn't expect is to take a romantic interest in the establishment's only guest, Dr. Paul Flanner (Richard Gere). Coincidentally, he has also come to Rodanthe, North Carolina to try and reconcile some domestic troubles.

Violence B
Sexual Content C-
Profanity C+
Substance Use C+

Why is Nights in Rodanthe rated PG-13?

Official MPAA Rating: Nights in Rodanthe is rated PG-13 for for some sensuality.

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Seemingly devastated by the unfaithful actions of her husband, Adrienne nevertheless engages in her own extramarital affair with a virtual stranger. A lingering sexual encounter, innuendos and sexual comments are included as well. A hospital room mishap and a natural disaster result in death. A man and his son grieve the loss of a wife and mother. Moved by anger, the boy attacks the car of the man responsible for his mother’s death. During a hurricane, a house is pounded by a storm resulting in broken windows, the continual banging of shutters and some tense moments for the occupants. Family members are shown fighting. Characters drink frequently with dinner. After a stressful call with her husband, a woman consumes alcohol until drunk. The script contains mild and moderate profanities as well as terms of Deity.