The light one doesn't work for a couple reasons. One, every surface diffuses light a little bit. There is no mirror in the world that is perfectly flat down to the molecular level, that is impossible, and slight variations in the angles would eventually cause the light to leave the mirrors. Two, there is no perfectly reflective mirror. Every mirror allows minute amounts of light to pass through, and over the course of time, all the light would be gone. Three, the mirrors would have to be held at the perfect angles for eternity for this to even be plausible. So if you have a absolutely perfect mirror in every sense of the word, and you can manage to hold it perfectly steady for an infinite period of time, then you might have a chance. But, I'm not sure if photons lose energy over distance. I've heard one side, where photons lose energy, but cannot lose speed, and so they become more red shifted. I've heard other theories that light cannot lost energy ever, only dispersion can cause loss of intensity. I've also heard that light propagation causes loss of energy. I'm not certain if any of these are true, but if any of them hold, and the light trapped would simply lose energy and die out even if you managed to get everything perfect. On top of all of that, light itself bends with the curvature of space-time caused by the gravity of the Earth and other stellar objects. This would also cause the eventual diffusion of light. One possible way to solve this is to get rid of every stellar object in existence that has mass... which the mirrors do too. So, a mirror with no mass with no mass present around it. If you manage to do that, the light would heat of the molecules of mirror, increasing entropy, and the 'perfectly flat' mirror wouldn't be flat anymore. So a mirror with 0 specific heat capacity. The idea itself is bizarrely unreal, as the situations required are simply impossible, and even if the situations were implemented, I'm still not sure it would hold. This requires a universe with no mass, a perfectly flat and reflective mirror down to the molecular level with 0 specific heat capacity,and the person (who has no mass) has to hold it perfectly stead for eternity. And thus, it is called Troll Physics.