H&M have released a Christmas advert directed by Wes Anderson and starring Adrien Brody, and it captures the holiday mood perfectly.
In the four-minute film, “Come Together”, lone passengers are travelling to join their loved ones for the Christmas holiday, but winter weather conspires to waylay them.
The conductor, played by Brody, informs the passengers that they won’t make it home in time for Christmas due to bad weather.
Anderson, who directed the the Grand Budapest Hotel in 2014, shows the passengers in their little compartments as Brody makes his announcement over the tannoy.
Each passenger has one photo of a loved one and the train is decorated in Anderson’s trademark colours
The conductor tells the passengers onboard the H&M Lines Winter Express sleeper train to convene in the dining car, which is where Anderson unveils the advert’s Christmas surprise.