Argentinian director Gaspar Noé, the man behind 2009's acclaimed Enter The Void, has returned with visionary and highly NSFW film Love. But he isn't just in the news for his latest work.

In a recent interview with The Daily Beast, Noé revealed his staunch belief that Kanye West and director Hype Williams ripped him off for the creation of West's 2010 music video 'All Of The Lights' from the rapper's classic album My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy. In the interview the director says, "And the director [Hype Williams] was someone else who ripped off the titles to my movie. I was more shocked by the fact that that guy who copied all the typography of my titles put his name in it—Hype Williams—when you never usually see a director's name in a music video. He was putting his name on it over and over! It was so weird that he was not only copying it, but adding his name into the credits over and over again."

The title sequence in question has become one of the more acclaimed moments of the film itself, tabbed by Quentin Tarantino as "Maybe the best credit scene of the decade. One of the greatest in cinema history." Even its designer Tom Kan has accused Williams and West of attributing his work without his permission.

"The truth is that when you put something out there, if you put any idea out there that’s kind of flashy, you have many, many people that are going to be copying it," Noé says. "This happens whether you do movies, paintings, or music."