A huge fallen tree plays a central role in surreal, sinister short, Not Dark Yet. It attracts Lucy who stumbles, lost, into the quiet watchful grove. Here she arouses the curiosity of the tree's mischievous residents, personified by strange figures that inhabit the tree. Whether they are spirits, nymphs or even figments of Lucy's imagination, we are left unsure, but they embody a playful, yet vaguely threatening force - one in particular develops a fascination with Lucy. It isn't immediately clear whether Lucy has seen the figures that flit around her, but as they begin to increasingly invade her space, some unspoken interaction develops and soon they are performing a disjointed dance that draws hapless Lucy deeper and deeper into their world.