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Nights in Rodanthe

Nights in Rodanthe (2008), a melodramatic romance filmed on the Outer Banks of North Carolina.

Rodanthe NC filming location
Exact location, as the name gives away, the small town of Rodanthe on Hatteras Island.


movie Nights in Rodanthe
The movie is an adaption from a novel by Nicholas Sparks.

Richard Gere in Nights in Rodanthe on the beach
And no matter how cliche or predictable the story, it's filmed by the sea and has Diane Lane and Richard Gere in it, good enough for me.

Diane Lane in Nights in Rodanthe on the beach
From all I know, Nights in Rodanthe is a movie about a man and a woman who fall in love.

Nights in Rodanthe house
If you have seen it, please tell! Because I'll be waiting til it's shown on HBO.

Rodanthe map

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12 comments:

erinfmcclain.com said...

I really like Diane Lane. It's nice to see romance by the sea in so many movies.

Gayle said...

I also like Diane Lane. I liked the movie "Under the Tuscan Sun". I think I've seen it (on tv) about three times, which is really unusual for me. I'm not much of a movie person.

sealaura said...

Seems like a perfect day to enjoy this flick for me. Decorating chez moi and a nice girly movie. Diane Lane is a goddess!

dolcechic said...

I love Something's Gotta Give. That's one movie I can watch over and over and..........

Isa/Blue Muse said...

Hey there! I just saw Nights in Rodanthe on pay per view. It was pretty good. Parts of it were really fantastic, the scenery was fabulous, and you can't beat the cast.

I spent every summer from 6 to 18 on the Outer Banks, so it had a extra little fun in watching it for me!

Thanks so much for coming by my little world and for taking the time to leave a kind comment! Hope to see you again!

Love your blog!
xo Isa

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

I have seen this movie and was amazed with the house. I couldn't believe a house would be built so close to the water in a hurricane friendly section of the world.
All of your selections are great movie pics.

Marie said...

I rented this movie on V-day...it was definitely a visual feast for those who dream of owning a house on the beach.

I love your blog because of it's coastal theme. I own a cottage a few blocks from the beach in South Oceanside, CA and am currently renovating it. I always check your blog for inspiration!
-marie @ mariesmarche.blogspot

Natalie said...

There is nothing like walking along a coast line with the man you love. Nothing.

Pam Kersting said...

Nice post! The beach offers a perfect backdrop for a romance, doesn't it? Part of the movie Nights in Rodanthe was filmed in my hometown, Wilmington, NC.

Anonymous said...

To Laura I. Gunn. My hair stood up when I saw the movie. Can't believe the director chose to shoot that house. No one would ride out even a Category 1 hurricane in a house sitting where that one was. The house wasn't built that close to the water; the hurricanes brought the water to it. The locals tell me a hurricane took the house in the last couple of years, which is a story repeated many times on the NC Outer Banks. Pat W

Anonymous said...

I always wanted to live near a beach or on the outer part of an island. After I have seen the movie of Nights in Rodanthe. Makes me want to move there. from Piqua, Oh.

the lone dwarf said...

we are from Turkey (me and my girlfriend) and I wanna know how can we go to Rodanthe? help about this ?