It’s non-emergency! | Review
Directed by Katarzyna Adamus and Pat Ceasar, “It’s Non-Emergency!” is a laughter-packed comedic delight. From start to finish, this nearly 8-minute film keeps the audience engaged with its impeccable timing of jokes and overall silliness.
The movie revolves around an alleged case where the bloodstains of an unknown victim are found on the staircase handle of Alicia’s house. The dialogue writing is quick and witty, ensuring there’s never a dull moment throughout the film. Presented entirely through telephonic conversations, the setting during the lockdown era adds an interesting twist to the story, reflecting the times when everyone was confined to their homes.
The film’s humor doesn’t rely on tickling jokes or sound effects but rather on the interactions between the characters. The friendly banter, casual chats, and silly tensions create a hilarious atmosphere that will keep you laughing from within.
Pat Ceasar shines as Alicia, delivering her lines with perfect comedic timing, while Arek Zasowski’s portrayal of Officer Jo is equally praiseworthy, adding to the overall charm of the movie. Their chemistry and comic synchronization hit all the right notes, ensuring a constant stream of laughter.
The supporting actors also play their roles brilliantly, keeping the story bound and suspenseful until the very end.
In under 8 minutes, “It’s Non-Emergency!” manages to pack in a delightful experience, offering quick-witted humor and laugh-out-loud moments. Katarzyna Adamus and Pat Ceasar’s direction infuses the film with a unique blend of fun and entertainment, making it a must-watch for anyone in need of a good laugh.