ehind the droll satire is a sombre denunciation of the superstition, ignorance and prejudice that enables the corrupt elite in so many African countries to intimidate the lower classes and oppress women. Drawing on her observations in a Ghanaian witch camp, Nyoni opts for an elliptical approach that occasionally confuses, but Mulubwa’s exceptional impassivity and David Gallego’s unsettlingly striking imagery help keep this focused and fascinating. ”   Radio Times