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The lighthouse featured in the film, and on the poster, is the Point Arena Lighthouse, located on one of the furthest West points of the Continental United States, near Manchester, California. The house in the film, was a shell built by the production team, and was torn down after filming. The only permanent structures near the lighthouse are some vacation rental units, formerly Coast Guard barracks, and the Lighthouse Keeper's residence, which is now a museum maintained by local volunteers. The lighthouse has recently undergone renovations, and is open to the public. See more »
While Daniel is about to make dinner, Nat's hands are alternately folded/resting on the table between shots. See more »
[climbing out of the wrecked airplane]
If she comes with a warranty, I'll take her!
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This movie hits all the requisite points for the classic love story.
Love lost - love found - mistaken death of love one - sacrifice - the hero almost falling for another woman - a cute boy facilitating the reunion - the evil group trying to stop the reunion - a great escape - the reunion scene in a very scenic locale with great camera shots - Mel Gibson.
I went to see it mainly because it had a science fiction angle. I was disappointed in that it was used merely as a plot gimmick and was not adequately followed up.
But the movie was involving in its own right and I was surprised when the ending made me cry. I'm usually immune to the saccharine sweetness in this type of movie but there was just something special in the acting.
There is a bit of action in this film the odd airplane crash, and a touch of humor. George Wendt (Norm of Cheers fame) has a supporting roll but this is above all a love story
The perfect movie to take your Valentine to. It will show her that you love her.
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