'Battle of Persian Gulf II' directed by Farhad Azima depicts the Iranian Revolutionary Guards destroying the US military, after it attacked a nuclear site and other installations across the country.
"I hope that the film shows Trump how American soldiers will face a humiliating defeat if they attack Iran," Mr Azima said.
The film shows the Iranian forces destroying a US fleet, with a barrage of missiles being launched at the warships from secret bunkers.
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The Iranian military (on the right) is depicted in the film (on the left) destroying the US fleet.
I hope that the film shows Trump how American soldiers will face a humiliating defeat if they attack Iran
Director, Farhad Azima
“They all sink and the film ends as the American ships have turned into an aquarium for fishes at the bottom of the sea,” Mr Azima, 35, explained.
"Hollywood has created many films against Iran; There are many computer games in which US soldiers conquer our country.
"We made this film as an answer to that propaganda."
The movie, which was made without the overt support of the Iranian regime, has been four years in the making.
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The director says it is sheer coincidence its release has coincided with the beginning of President Donald Trump’s first term and an increase in tensions between the two nations.
President Trump recently condemned his predecessor Barack Obama’s landmark nuclear deal with Iran as "one of the worst" he had ever seen.
The deal, made possible by the election of a somewhat more moderate President Hassan Rouhani, meant the lifting of some sanctions imposed on Iran by the international community in return for the cessation of Nuclear development by Iran.
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"Our animators are not working for money, but for their beliefs and their love of the country. Thank God, everyone is surprised that we've managed to create such high-quality production under this poor condition," he said, referring to the film's low budget.
The film even goes as far as depicting the head of Iranian Revolutionary Guards Quds force Qasem Soleimani commanding the battle.
He has taken a prominent role in Syria, where Iran have propped up the regime of Bashar al-Assad against rebel groups, some of which are backed by the US.
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