A woman walks along a railroad and sees a man and a woman in a sandpit. She tries to interfere in their - static - relationship, but soon leaves the stage. The scene then begins to escalate.
Disinter lacks a clear narrative structure, but that is not important for Ketelaars. Much as is the case with other (former) students of Zwartjes, the theme of this film is much more the portrayal of theatricality, intensity, oppression, and sexual power.