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QuoteAccording to the official longline for "The Shrouds," Karsh's revolutionary business is on the verge of breaking into the international mainstream when several graves within his cemetery are vandalized and nearly destroyed, including that of his wife. While he struggles to uncover a clear motive for the attack, the mystery of who wrought this havoc, and why, will drive Karsh to reevaluate his business, marriage and fidelity to his late wife's memory, as well as push him to new beginnings.Saïd Ben Saïd (SBS Productions) and Martin Katz (Prospero Pictures) will produce the picture, with CAA Media Finance handling U.S. Sales and FilmNation Entertainment overseeing international distribution. Sales will launch at Cannes, where Cronenberg will premiere his latest film, "Crimes of the Future" starring Viggo Mortensen, Léa Seydoux and Kristen Stewart.