The SexArt HD erotic feature, "Concierge," unfolds at a gentle, relaxed pace while building steadily to several satisfying peaks of intensity. The soundtrack music, backed by the sounds of wind and surf, contributes much to the mood and ebbs and flows with the on-screen action.
That action begins in a picturesque setting. Redhead Dani Jensen relaxes on the patio of her hotel room overlooking the sea. The sights, the sounds, and the solitude inspire her mind to wander. Her fingers follow suit, and before long she's doffed her hat, disposed of her dress, and dispensed with her pretty panties. Soon those fingers are hard at work in the crimson-thatched paradise between her creamy thighs. Two insistently thrusting digits bring her to the first climax of the afternoon.
As the flame-haired temptress drifts off into post-orgasmic sleep, Tommy Reeves, the hotel employee who gives the film its title, approaches. Is he a figment of the sleeping beauty's imagination, summoned to satisfy her in the dream state? Or is he real, a diligent worker ensuring the satisfaction of a valued customer? Those questions are never answered in "Concierge," and this ambiguity imparts a bit of erotic intrigue to the proceedings.
A loving, leisurely session of fellatio follows. The pace may be slow, but the levels of passion and skill Dani displays are both extremely high. While we're denied the pleasure of witnessing the first insertion, the redheaded starlet assumes the reverse cowgirl stance and rides with enthusiasm and energy. The choice of position not only allows Dani to control the speed, depth, and intensity of each thrust, it also provides unobstructed views to what will certainly be an appreciative audience.
When the lovers roll slightly into a modified spoon position Tommy takes control and treats Dani to another orgasm. To heighten and ensure her own pleasure, Jensen applies fingers to clit as her climax approaches. Then she demonstrates further manual dexterity by coaxing spurts of satisfaction from her lover's cock. "Concierge" ends with a couple of brief comic outtakes — the cinematic equivalent of a mint placed on a pillow by a thoughtful concierge.