"Who the hell wants to hear actors talk?" -- Harry Warner, of Warner Bros. (1926)
Farce is very broad comedy, generally appearing in acted media. It's characterized by double entendres, misunderstandings, deceptions, and in general
very contrived and ridiculous situations...Farce is almost never leisurely-paced; "breakneck" is more apt to describe it. Look for a lot of doors
opening and shutting and characters stumbling upon other characters when they're in compromising situations/situations that appear compromising.