Picture from Nights in Rodanthe
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+

MPAA Rating: PG-13 for some sensuality.

Nights in Rodanthe

The most recent home video release of this 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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Author Nicholas Sparks has had several of his novels made into movies. Along with Nights in Rodanthe, other film adaptations include the teenage romance A Walk to Remember and the love story of an elderly couple in The Notebook.

Richard Gere plays a character drawn towards a despondent woman in the movie Shall We Dance?