Production has wrapped in Toronto, Canada on David Cronenberg's horror The Shrouds.
As per Deadline's synopsis, the horror stars Vincent Cassel as Karsh, "an innovative businessman and grieving widower, who builds a novel device to connect with the dead inside a burial shroud. This burial tool installed at his own state-of-the-art – though controversial cemetery allows him and his clients to watch their specific departed loved one decompose in real time. 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, drive him to reevaluate his business, marriage and fidelity to his late wife’s memory, as well as push him to new beginnings."
In April, the project cast Better Call Saul actress Sandrine Holt opposite Cassel, Guy Pearce, and Diane Kruger.
The Shrouds, which started filming on May 8, has now wrapped in Toronto, Canada.
Saïd Ben Saïd (Elle), produced the feature with Martin Katz for Prospero Pictures.
The duo previously produced Cronenberg’s Maps to the Stars.