In the movie The Ghost Writer, which takes place in Marthas Vineyard, they wanted to film in Marthas Vineyward but then couldn't so they ended up filming in Scotland. So there are locations in the film that look nothing like Marthas Vineyard. Then at one point he drives to Belmont, a very populated town, and ends up on a long isolated drive into the woods.
What burns me is this. Places around that general area like Lincoln, Concord, etc, actually do have long isolated drives surrounded by trees leading to fancy private residences. But they couldn't make that one change in the script to have him drive to another rich-ass near-Boston town that looks more like the filming location.