It's a phenomenon that began in Dublin andspread far and wide. Yet the girls who wearpyjamas as daywear, all day everyday, aren'tinterested in grabbing attention.Pyjama Girls traces the intense and explosivemicro-dramas of teenage life against the bleak backdrop of Dublin's inner city flats. In the booming, crashing world of the flats, it's the boys who make themselves heard. Meanwhile, the pyjama girls express themselves through the visual language of young women - clothes and fashion - in candy pinks, hot purples and brushed cotton: a soft, silent revolution. Directed by Maya Derrington, 2010, color. In English.