Hillary Clinton closed out the Democratic National Convention Thursday night, becoming the first woman to accept a major party's nomination for president. Before she took the stage, she was introduced by a short film produced by superproducer Shonda Rhimes that featured testimonials about the nominee from President Obama, former president Bill Clinton, and others including Clinton's best friend since childhood.
The 12-minute video is narrated by America's narrator-in-chief Morgan Freeman and focuses on Clinton's role as a champion of the people, with particular emphasis on her work for women, children and 9/11 survivors. It's a quick primer on the ideas that are important to her.
"There is more than enough of the American Dream to go around if we are committed to growing it, nurturing it, passing it on to our children and our grandchildren," Clinton says in the video. "I can't think of anything more thrilling than to be a part of that."
Check it out in the video above.