Filmmaker Wes Anderson reunited with "Darjeeling Limited" and "The Grand Budapest Hotel" star Adrien Brody to produce a nearly four-minute H&M advertisement that captures the spirit of the holiday season.
The short film titled "Come Together" is reminiscent of Anderson's "Darjeeling Limited."
Brody plays a conductor on the "H&M Express" where he is seen through the window of the train, tearing off a page of his calendar, bringing viewers to Dec. 25.
The conductor then begins making a tough announcement, telling passengers that they won't make it home in time for Christmas because of bad weather.
As he speaks, the camera shifts to show passengers' reactions as they find out their holiday plans are ruined.
Then, Brody and his assistant come up with a plan to bring Christmas cheer to those on the train.
All the while, viewers can hear a choir singing "The Little Drummer Boy."
As the film comes to an end, Anderson takes viewers along the corridor of the train and into the dining area where the conductor and his assistant are waiting to bring a little Christmas cheer to the likely disgruntled passengers.
From there, the background music shifts to John Lennon's "Happy Xmas."
The advertisement also features clothing from H&M's holiday line.
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