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If you didn’t already know that October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, then Til Death Do Us Part will serve as a potent reminder that with support and determination, abusive relationships don’t need to be endured, they can be terminated. Billed as a psychological thriller, the film actually plays more like a tense melodrama, a hybrid formula likely to draw a more diverse audience to theaters and assure continued interest in home entertainment formats.
Writer-director Christopher B. Stokes took on Til Death Do Us Part specifically to highlight the courage and determination of domestic violence survivors, a noble aspiration that clearly identifies the project as a well-intentioned message movie. The fact that it also succeeds as a domestic drama is a credit to both the filmmakers and cast, who appear totally committed to the cause.
Los Angeles homemaker Madison (Annie Ilonzeh) is similarly devoted to her husband Michael (Stephen Bishop) and the two appear to have an ideal married life. He’s a successful business entrepreneur and she’s a former nurse adjusting to life as a stay-at-home wife. As they celebrate their wedding anniversary, this veneer of perfection begins showing signs of stress. Michael, still traumatized by the tragic death of his mother, chafes at Madison’s desire for kids. She’s so obsessed with parenting that she’s already buying baby clothes for a child yet to be born, putting her at odds over a fundamental marital issue with her controlling husband.
Michael and Madison Roland had planned to spend the rest of their lives together, until one day Michael’s controlling ways turned their perfect marriage. With the help of her best friend, Madison decides to get away. After adopting a new identity, she meets Alex Stone and learns to love again. All is well, until Michael discovers Madison’s whereabouts, and recreate the nightmare she once lived all over again.