This feature length documentary takes an intimate look at the disappearance and brutal murder of Adela Chacón Tax. She left home for work one day at the age of 27 and never returned. In Guatemala, her story is hauntingly familiar: 4,000 women have been killed there in a span of seven years. Her sister Rebeca is determined to see Adela’s case through, until the killer Ricardo is held accountable. Rebeca’s two-year-long journey through the Guatemalan court system leads her to lost police reports, empty prosecutor’s offices, distant NGOs, town rumors, the killer’s accusations, corrupt judges, and a postponed trial. Rebeca herself is transformed by her battle and emerges as a feminist leader in her rural community. Rebeca’s story, supplemented by activist interviews, newspaper articles, news clips, and other material, explores the far- reaching normalization of the violence.