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Part of the excitement over the Super Bowl is watching all of the hyped-about commercials, and so far we've already seen some sexy ads, some funny ads and some extremely controversial ads ahead of Sunday's big game.

But this one? Well, this Super Bowl commerical is probably the most powerful one you'll see this year, because it's the ad for No More, an organization that works towards helping put an end to domestic violence and sexual assault.

A 30-second spot for the organization will air during the first quarter of Sunday's football game, but the entire clip has already hit the Internet.

The ad features images of different rooms in a home where a domestic dispute has occurred while playing audio of a 911 call in the background—but not just any 911 call.

The No More organization seemingly recreated the famous call reported about back in October of a woman who dialed 911 and pretended to order a pizza because she was unable to say what was actually happening.

Reddit user Crux1836, later identified as former police dispatcher Keith Weisinger, shared the tale of once getting a late-night call while working the 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. graveyard shift. What he initially thought was a prank call turned out to be a woman who was in great need of help but had to speak in code.

The commercial ends with, "When it's hard to talk, it's up to us to listen."

"NO MORE is a movement to raise public awareness and engage bystanders around ending domestic violence and sexual assault launched in 2013 by a coalition of leading corporations, advocacy and service organizations," their website states.

"NO MORE is supported by hundreds of domestic violence and sexual assault organizations at the local, state and national levels that are using its signature blue symbol to increase visibility and funding to address these critical issues. Any individual, organization, or corporation that wants to end domestic violence and sexual assault can use the NO MORE symbol to show their commitment to this cause."

Watch the entire clip below:

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