'Til Death Do Us Part (film)

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'Til Death Do Us Part
Til Death Do Us Part Film Poster.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Christopher B. Stokes
Produced by
Written by Christopher B. Stokes
Screenplay by Marques Houston
Story by Christopher B. Stokes
Music by Immanuel Rich
Cinematography Joel Layogan
  • Footage Films
  • 51 Millimeters
Distributed by Novus Content
Release date
  • September 29, 2017 (2017-09-29)
Running time
101 minutes[1]
Country United States
Language English
Box office $3.5 million[1]

'Til Death Do Us Part is a 2017 American psychological thriller film written and directed by Christopher B. Stokes. The film stars Annie Ilonzeh, Stephen Bishop and Taye Diggs, who is also one of the film's producers. The film was released on September 29, 2017.[2]


Newlyweds Michael (Stephen Bishop) and Madison Roland (Annie Ilonzeh) have a seemingly perfect marriage until controlling Michael begins to abuse Madison after she challenges him regarding his unwillingness to have a child, despite his attempts to prevent a pregnancy Madison finds she is with child. With the help of her best friend Chelsea (Robinne Lee), Madison flees, after adopting a new identity, she meets and falls in love with widower Alex Stone (Taye Diggs). As Madison rebuilds her life, Michael discovers her whereabouts and seeks to abusively dominate her once again.



In North America, 'Til Death Do Us Part was released on September 29, 2017 alongside Flatliners and American Made, as well as the wide expansion of Battle of the Sexes, and was projected to gross around $4 million in its opening weekend.[3] It ended up underperforming, opening to just $1.5 million and finishing 9th at the box office.[4]

The film made its television premiere on BET on February 10, 2018; the film attracted approximately 786,000 viewers.[5]


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