Adults recall their childhood encounters with the supernatural in this triptych of stories written and directed by Australian filmmaker Tracey Moffatt. In the first an aboriginal boy is pursued by a swamp monster who may be the spirit of an American GI, and in the second a ghost train materializes in front of a family's house at night. The third is a convoluted tale that has something to do with a dancer, some seedy businessmen, and a guy who dresses up as Frida Kahlo. Stephen Curtis's impressionistic set design is the only truly effective element in this 1993 feature, which is hobbled by cartoonish performances and often incoherent story lines. 87 min.