Deborah Esquenazi’s advocacy documentary traces the lives of four gay women—Elizabeth Ramirez, Cassandra Rivera, Kristie Mayhugh, and Anna Vasquez—who were convicted in the late 1990s of having gang-raped Ramirez’s two young nieces. As the title suggests, the women were portrayed in the press as witches during an era when being openly lesbian in Texas was tantamount to black magic. All four were paroled in 2013 and eventually granted new trials after one of the nieces—now a mother herself—recanted her testimony. Using over two decades’ worth of home movies and news interviews, Esquenazi makes palpable the loss of those 15-odd years of incerceration; one hopes that this moving account will help the women find some measure of justice.