Shonda Rhimes, the creator of Grey's Anatomy, Private Practise, and Scandal recently sat down with Hillary Clinton over coffee. The result is the biographical film "Hillary" that was shown Thursday at the climax of the Democratic National Convention.
The short film, narrated by Morgan Freeman, shows the progression of Clinton's resilient spirit and political reform. It tells the story of how our Democratic Presidential nominee stands for true change and uniting the people. It's an eye-opening look at a person who is endeavoring to renew the American spirit.
The short film reminds us that #ImWithHer is a movement that needs us to make history. Hillary believes that the president stands up and fights for the American dream every single day.
This is the inspirational and heartwarming message 2016 needs.