Sometimes the light is not thought in the source but in the meaning.
Illuminating what you want show clearly, or to give certain intention.
The way someone displays the shadow and light can also be caracteristic of its style : )
What are you smoking?
Your statement is BOTH confusing and wrong.
The scene is lit INCORRECTLY... End of story.
You have dedicated light sources coming from the far left (hallway) and two from the right (lamp and headboard).
The center of this work should be bathed in shadow (not BLACK but shaded), nobody should be "top lit" since there's no dedicated light on the celling and NOTHING should be front lit as there is no light in the front.
Were these all drawn and shaded separate and then arranged (like a collage) later?
If you were to shade them together (on the same page) it would have better flow.