Bye Bye Blues

A FILM BY Anne Wheeler

After experiencing this emotionally affecting drama, you'll add your voice to its chorus of praise.
-Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat, Spirituality & Practice
A powerful love story... Rebecca Jenkins will absolutely steal your heart.
-The Hollywood Reporter
A real beauty with good tunes, Bye Bye Blues is an important part of the Canadian film canon.
-Katherine Monk, Weird Sex & Snowshoes: And other Canadian Film Phenomena


When Daisy Cooper discovers that her husband has been captured in Singapore's fall to the Japanese during World War II, she takes a job as a piano player with a local dance band in order to make a living for herself and her children. It is while on tour with this ragtag outfit, amid the smoke, the booze and the brawling, that Daisy’s self-discovery really begins. For Daisy, the war offers a bitterly ironic blessing: while it has separated her from her husband, it has introduced her to a side of life, not to mention herself, she might otherwise never have known. When word reaches her that peace has been declared and her husband is on his way home, Daisy faces her own conflicting loyalties and desires.

Original Languages: English
Genre: Drama, Romance
Running Time: 117 mins.
Year: 1989


Chad Krowchuk
Jyoti Dhembre
Michael Ontkean
Rebecca Jenkins
Sumant Mastaher
Tom Alter
Anne Wheeler