WATCH: Hillary Clinton's Life Story, as Told by Morgan Freeman

Video was screened before Clinton's DNC speech accepting the Democratic party's nomination for president of the United States.

Old photos of Hillary Clinton as seen in a video aired at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia on Thursday, July 28, 2016.
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The Democratic National Convention of 2016 was historic for many reasons. After all, Hillary Clinton became the first woman to earn the presidential nomination of a major party. Oh, and Morgan Freeman narrated this video briefly telling Clinton's life story and background of public service.

The clip was screened before Clinton's speech accepting the Democratic party's nomination for president of the United States.

"Here is a woman," Freeman says in the video. "What does she dream of? When does she feel proud? How many times will she leave her mark? How many ways will she light up the world?"

The video includes comments from Presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton attesting to Hillary's character. The Democratic presidential nominee also appears in the video to tell her own story and that of her family.

"There is more than enough of the American dream to go around," she says. "If we are committed to growing it, nurturing it, passing it on to our children and grandchildren. I can't think of anything more thrilling than being part of that."