Iranian Army Beats U.S. Navy Down in Iranian Flick

In what appears to be wishful thinking and extreme fantasy fiction on the part of the Iranians, they will soon be releasing a full-length animated movie in which the “elite” Iranian Revolutionary Guard beats down the United States Navy and Iran emerges as the “victors” of a war between the two nations.

The movie, “Battle of Persian Gulf II,” will open at local cinemas everywhere in Iran. Director Farhad Azima said, “It was a remarkable coincidence that the release of the film — four years in the making — coincided with a ‘warmongering’ president sitting in the White House.”

Azima told a Reuter’s reporter in a telephone interview, “I hope that the film shows Trump how American soldiers will face a humiliating defeat if they attack Iran.”

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The young 35-year-old Iranian director continued, “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.”

Here is a quick synopsis of the movie:

It opens with the U.S. attacking an Iranian nuclear reactor and the U.S. Navy striking targets in their country.

The Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps fight back by unleashing powerful foces of  ballistic missiles on the U.S. warships.

The ending?

Director Azima describes the film:

“They all sink and the film ends as the American ships have turned into an aquarium for fishes at the bottom of the sea.”

The film’s trailer is all over social media, currently, and has been shared by thousands of people.

The director thinks his young Iranian audience has shown interest in the film, as “they want someone to show them power of their country.”

See the trailer below:

H/T: Reuters

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