It has been like that for quite a while it looks like something upset her. What is wrong with it?
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This plant is called Dracaena marginata or the dragon tree. It can be distinguished by it's yellow roots. Here are some pictures of these plants when grown in high light.
The appearance of your plant is consistent with a plant grown in low light. When this happens leaves fall towards the stem.
You should also check the undersides of the leaves for spider mites. They look like little grains of salt. They will cause leaf drop, usually from the bottom up.
You can perk the plant up by providing more light, either artificial or natural.