As scores upon scores of women continue to disappear in Juarez, Mexico, the grief of the victims’ families mixes with anger. Each time a body turns up in the desert, the volume of outrage raises, as does the doubt that anyone is listening. Senorita Extraviada (“Missing Young Woman”), Lourdes Portillo’s documentary about the kidnapping, rape, and murder of more than 230 women there since 1994, is a harrowing, poetic account of a crime wave as vast as it is incomprehensible. Portillo cuts between photographs of the young victims and interviews with their families—and as their heartbreaking stories of loss unfold, it becomes clear that no one else has listened. The breadth of their complaints is staggering—tales of rape and murder threats by police officers reveal one source for the feelings of powerlessness that young women face in Juarez—and Portillo casts a wide net: The goal of this film isn’t to provide theories or answers, but to catalog the astonishing number of questions that remain unanswered about these horrific crimes. It screens at 7 p.m. at Visions Cinema Bistro Lounge, 1927 Florida Ave. NW. $10. (202) 667-0090. (Josh Levin)