It's a century or so ago. A mime gets a severe blow to his head and is unconscious. He is wrongly pronounced dead and put in a simple wooden coffin with many gaps, allowing an air supply, and buried after a short service. The mime regains full consciousness after the last clump of dirt has been tamped down on his grave. Question: In his last minutes, as he he gropes about for an exit in total darkness, does the mime see the humor in this?