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RCWP #61: The Heartbreaker

He lives in the alps and when he smiles, the girls (and boys) hearts melt. That's why Neil Curtis 61st RCWP session starts with the most beautiful part of THE HEARTBREAKER: his face ... The FULL video can be seen by all supporters at vimeo.com/neilcurtis/hiddenheartbreaker A LIST OF ALL REPLACE CLOTHES WITH PAINT VIDEOS CAN BE FOUND AT neilcurtis.com PLEASE NOTE that some of the videos only show the first part of the performance and the full versions can only be seen by the supporters. This is part of a campaign to raise money to help finance further sessions and keep the project alive. To become a supporter please donate at least 50 € / 60 US$ (or more) at paypal.me/isupportyou THANK YOU! NEIL THE FIRST TEN SESSIONS – vimeo.com/neilcurtis/thefirst10 THE NEW YORK PERFORMANCE – vimeo.com/neilcurtis/usa THE NEIL CURTIS DOCUMENTARY – vimeo.com/neilcurtis/rcwpdocumentary INSTAGRAM: instagram.com/neilcurtis TWITTER: twitter.com/neilcurtisnews FACEBOOK: fb.me/neil.curtis.page

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