An Iranian filmmaker is preparing to release a full-length animated movie in which the Iranian government destroys a U.S. Navy fleet with ballistic missiles and nuclear warheads.
"They all sink and the film ends as the American ships have turned into an aquarium for fishes at the bottom of the sea," Director Farhad Azima said to Reuters.
He hopes that the film shows President Trump "how American soldiers will face a humiliating defeat if they attack Iran."
Farhad also said that the film will motivate young Iranians and show them the power of their country.
"Hollywood has created many films against Iran; There are many computer games in which U.S. soldiers conquer our country. We made this film as an answer to that propaganda," the 35-year old director said.
Here is a clip of the 88-minute film called "Battle of Persian Gulf II."