As the pandemic rages on, millions of people in America suffer from hunger and poverty, with no assistance from the government. Among them is Sixta, an undocumented immigrant from Mexico who has been living in New York for 34 years. She has been reduced to collecting bottles every day, earning just enough to pay rent for her room. Her youngest son fell victim to the virus, leaving her alone to cope with the crushing weight of poverty.
Despite her struggles, Sixta remains a fighter, joining other activists to demand aid for the needy. In a time when the gap between the rich and the poor is ever-widening, Bastian Hartig documents the harsh realities of life in the big city. Follow the stories of those who have been left behind, as they navigate the unforgiving streets of New York and fight for their very survival. Don’t miss this gripping documentary that shines a light on a crisis that affects us all.