Richard Gere and Diane Lane are two hurting people that slowly start to know and appreciate one another and their acting is solid, but Scott Glenn really pulls his role off well. The bed and breakfast house is amazing. Then they go through a storm together and grow close. This is the second time I have seen this moving and it has enough depth that it is on my "keeper" list.
I can't say it is family friendly, there is no violence, no sex in the sense of body parts showing, but it is deeply emotional and I don't think it is suited for young kids.