Nights in Rodanthe | Chicago Reader

Nights in Rodanthe

Richard Gere and Diane Lane, each at a vulnerable point in life, meet at a beachside inn in North Carolina and come together, in both senses of the phrase, during a violent storm. This romantic stinker is one of those films in which every plot development becomes a life lesson and every gesture is weighted with significance. The tragedy in the last act is so clumsily handled you can almost hear the air hissing out of the story. George C. Wolfe supplied the innocuous direction, and the groaner of a screenplay is by Ann Peacock and John Romano. With Christopher Meloni, Viola Davis, Scott Glenn, and James Franco. 97 min.


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