A 1992 made-for-TV domestic violence saga released to home video, TILL MURDER DO US PART is based on a celebrated tabloid case. Headlong and predictably structured, the film is nevertheless strangely compelling, in large part because it's so firmly grounded in the mundane realities of
Betty Broderick (Meredith Baxter) is a textbook housewife whose fragile world develops hairline fractures when her lawyer husband of 20 years, Dan (Stephen Collins), decides to retire. The couple have enough money to begin to realize the good life, but their relationship begins to come apart as
each new acquisition takes on insidious connotations. When Dan treats ...