Koppmoll is a film that negotiates the border between documenting and storytelling. In the far north of Norway, a local resident recalls his family history and the story of a plane shot down during World War II. A visitor has come to learn about this man's relationship to these events and to explore his own desire for remote places. Their conversation begins over a single stone, considering questions of impermanence and home, in a country where silence and landscape inhabit their separate memories. From the makers of Laura, or Scenes from a Common World.