As you may already know, K.I.A. is set in an American home, after the World War II has ended. So often WWII films focus on the front lines and are centered around men. We wanted to explore other aspects, particularly the aftermath of war and what it meant for the women at home.
While that's where our interest lies for our film, that doesn't mean we don't find other aspects of war fascinating! In some recent research, Christine found out about a device known as the "War Tuba". It was used primarily in World War I, but also was used by the Japanese at the beginning of the Second World War. It's a large device that looks like a tuba and was used to pick up the sound of incoming aircraft. Take a look below:
You can read more about it here!
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