Nights in Rodanthe

Nights in Rodanthe (2008)

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Corrected entry: The B&B seems to be all by itself on the beach because the movie editors edited out the houses south of this particular house. It is actually the first of a row of homes. It is the first house after the nature reserve, but by no means is it the only house.

Correction: It really was the only house there at the time of filming. All of the other houses had been washed away from hurricanes. After the movie, they actually moved the house back off the water to help save it from future storms. And the sand storm in the movie was real. Was shot during a really bad nor'easter.

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In the scene about driving to the guest house in Rodanthe, Dr. Flanner is depicted crossing a large bridge after taking a ferry. This is impossible. There is no large bridge of any kind between the ferry on the southern coast of Hatteras Island and Rodanthe, located to the north, mid-way on the island. The bridge shown was actually the Herbert C. Bonner Bridge, a two-mile span connecting Hatteras Island to the northern Outer Banks, which is the direction the character was headed, meaning he went past Rodanthe several miles earlier. Maybe he missed it in the fake sand storm.