Nights in Rodanthe
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Nights in Rodanthe
Rating & Content Info
Why is Nights in Rodanthe rated PG-13? Nights in Rodanthe is rated PG-13 by the MPAA for some sensuality.
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.
Page last updated March 14, 2009
|British Columbia||PG||Sexually Suggestive Scene.|
|Manitoba||PG||Not recommended For Young Children, Mature Theme.|
|Canadian Home Video||PG|
News About "Nights in Rodanthe"
Cast and Crew
Nights in Rodanthe is directed by and stars Richard Gere, Diane Lane, Scott Glenn..
The most recent home video release of Nights in Rodanthe movie is February 10, 2009. Here are some details…
Nights in Rodanthe releases to DVD in full frame or wide screen, with audio tracks and subtitles in English, Latin Spanish and French Canadian.
Nights in Rodanthe also releases to Blu-ray, with audio tracks and subtitles in English, Latin Spanish, French Canadian, and Portuguese. Bonus materials include alternate scenes (with commentary by director George C. Wolf ), featurettes (The Nature of Love and A Time For Love), a music video by Gavin Rossdale (Love Remains the Same) and a digital copy.
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