Joe Jonas' video producer has denied claims his latest broadcast has plagiarised The Polish Brothers' indie movie 'For Lovers Only'.
Joe Jonas' video producer has denied his latest video has plagiarised a similar broadcast.
Kim Dellara from HSI Productions - which handled production for the music video - explained the hunk's latest effort 'Just in Love' is not a rip-off of The Polish Brothers' indie movie 'For Lovers Only' because both are "universal in love stories of this genre".
In a statement, she said: "We've received considerable interest in the music video for Joe Jonas' single, 'Just in Love,' and it is apparently being compared to a film called 'For Lovers Only'.
"Until yesterday we had never heard of the independent film, but judging from the trailer online it is clear both the video and the film are set in Paris and shared inspiration from French 60s New Wave cinema."
However, before the statement the Polish Brothers claimed parts of Joe's video are "straight from our movie".
Mark Polish told TheWrap: "The French New Wave is a style, not the content. In their video, the content is a man and a woman meeting on the stairs, taking a boat ride, running through Paris, sitting in a bathtub ... And so much of that is straight from our movie."