Chris Stokes and Marques Houston wrote and directed Til Death Do Us Part, a 2017 American psychological thriller film. Annie Ilonzeh, Stephen Bishop, and Taye Diggs, who is also one of the film’s producers, star in the film. It revolves around a pregnant woman who fakes her death in order to flee her violent husband. On September 29, 2017, the film was released.
Michael and Madison Roland are celebrating their first wedding anniversary, and their marriage appears to be ideal. Madison expresses her desire to establish a family with Michael, but he grows annoyed since he does not want to start a family.
When Michael pays a visit to his mother’s grave and speaks with her headstone, it is revealed that his mother and father died in the same year, and that they perished in a murder-suicide.
When Madison quits her work to be a full-time wife, Michael is overjoyed. Madison discovers a vial of steroidal testosterone that Michael has been using to avoid becoming pregnant. He slaps her, knocking her to the ground, after she confronts him. Michael rapes Madison on a separate night after becoming irrationally upset at her during an office party.
Madison later proudly displays a positive pregnancy test to her friend Chelsea. Madison obtains a job working with Chelsea four months later and tells her that Michael has been aggressive and has questioned the paternity of the baby.
Madison is still alive, and it is shown in a flashback that Chelsea assisted her in staging the accident and death in order to flee Michael. Madison took out a life insurance policy, making Chelsea the beneficiary, to fund her new life. The doctor at the hospital was a professional actress, and Madison took out a life insurance policy, making Chelsea the beneficiary. Madison moves to a new city, finds a waitressing job, and adopts the alias Kate Smith.
Alex returns home with Madison and Peace from the hospital. While Madison is showering, Michael enters the house. When Alex stops by, Michael threatens to murder him if Madison informs him. She keeps it together, but Alex notices something is awry and breaks through the door, fighting Michael with his fists.
Michael strangles Alex, but Madison persuades him not to murder him by pretending to reconcile with him and stabbing him in the side with a knife. She summons assistance, manages to obtain Michael’s weapon, and kills him in self-defense.
‘Til Death Do Us Part was released in North America on September 29, 2017, with Flatliners and American Made, as well as a broad release of Battle of the Sexes, and was expected to generate roughly $4 million in its first weekend. It underperformed at the box office, grossing only $1.5 million in its first weekend and placing ninth overall.