The 'Boyfriend' singer has a very heated conversation with Michael Madsen in the sneak peek of his upcoming 'music short film.'
Fans of Justin Bieber have been treated to a sneak preview of the upcoming music video from the teen pop sensation. The teaser for "As Long As You Love Me" runs a little over a minute and half long and shows the premise of what they are calling a "short film."
Michael Madsen, who appeared in the "Kill Bill" movies, stars in the video as the father of Justin's love interest. They exchange very heavy and serious lines in the sneak peek.
"Listen kid, my daughter is everything. She needs me as much as I need her. That means someday I have to let her go and when I do she needs to be with a man, not a boy, which is what you are," Madsen says. The Biebs then defiantly declares, "I love her." The protective father disregards the statement made by the teen and warns him to stay away from his daughter.
A short scene shown in the middle of the tense conversation features a note with the message "Meet me at the train station tonight at 11:00." This is soon followed by a disappointed-looking Justin dropping his bag while calling his lady love, hinting that his girl stood him up.
"As Long As You Love Me" is a cut from the Canadian pop star's album, "Believe". The full video drops on Wednesday, August 1.