American film director, Wes Anderson directed a new short film titled "Come Together", inspired by the Christmas season. The short video starred American actor Adrien Brody, who worked with Anderson in his previous film "The Darjeeling Limited", which was released back in October 2007.

"Come Together" is only four minutes long, according to the Verge. In the short film, Adrien Brody plays the role of a train conductor named Ralph on the H&M Lines Winter Express railroad. Ralph was ordered to deliver a message to the passengers concerning the train's arrival to their destination to be delayed due to poor weather conditions, and in exchange give them a "small complimentary Christmas brunch including chocolate-flavored hot beverage with whipped topping".

Ralph decided to lighten things up for the passengers by decorating the train's cafeteria with Christmas decors made of construction papers and wore Santa hats, with the help of his assistant porter Fritz. The short film ended with Ralph and Fritz and all the passengers celebrating Christmas in the cafeteria, drinking chocolate and placing a star on top of a Christmas tree while the John Lennon's song, "Happy Xmas (War Is Over)" is played in the background.

According to Rolling Stone magazine, this short film directed by Wes Anderson was made to advertise clothing retailer company H&M's winter collection as a commercial. Anderson also filmed past commercials of American Express financial service company, fashion accessory company Prada and a commercial of Stella Artois beer.

Anderson is also known as the director of the Academy award-winning comedy film "The Grand Budapest Hotel", which won Best Costume Design, Best Makeup and Hairstyling, Best Production Design and Best Original Score during the 2014 Academy Awards. He also directed the film "Rushmore", starring American actor Bill Murray and Roald Dahl novel-based stop-motion animated comedy film "Fantastic Mr. Fox", starring George Clooney.