Those living on society’s margins don’t often get their voices heard, but Katy Grannan turns her camera on those struggling with the day-to-day in her documentary “The Nine.” And slated to screen soon at DOC NYC, we’ve got an exclusive look at her observant picture.

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“The Nine” takes audiences to the ravaged community living on a barren, forgotten street in California’s Great Central Valley, with the film following Kiki, a broken dreamer who nevertheless maintains a vital optimism that helps her survive in this precarious place. And in the scene below, we see Kiki touchingly wishing for another chance to take different path through life than the one she’s currently navigating.

“The Nine” will make its New York Premiere at DOC NYC on Monday, November 14th.