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Hollywood legend Morgan Freeman has given Hillary Clintons latest presidential advertisement a touch of sincerity and cinematic glory.

The ad, “All The Good” shares the democratic nominee’s journey of breaking barriers for women, the youth, and people of color. Sharing her work on juvenile justice issues in South Carolina, exposing racism in Alabama and registering Latino voters in Texas, the ad is set to reach voters from a personal standpoint while highlighting Clinton’s seniority.

The ad will begin airing in South Carolina ahead of the Feb. 27 Democratic primary. Freeman also eloquently states how Clinton’s past will only be an asset in the race to The White House.

via The New York Times:

Images of Mrs. Clinton working with children appear as Mr. Freeman says, “Her church taught her to do all the good you can for all the people you can, for as long as you can.”

The rest of the footage shows Mrs. Clinton in various stages of her career as the actor narrates. “After law school, she could have joined a high-priced law firm, but instead, she worked to reform juvenile justice in South Carolina,” Mr. Freeman says. “Her life’s work has been about breaking barriers and so would her presidency.”

Freeman previously narrated President Barack Obama‘s re-election campaign ad, “Challenges,” which the Times called his most well-received campaign video.

Freeman is set to appear on CNN to discuss his support of the former Secretary of State.

Check out the ad above.



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