Family dynamics, friendship, and isolation as a choice: Kôji Fukada’s Love Life observes the effects of a late-in-life return of an impoverished, addled father. Martin McDonagh returns, five years after the great Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, with The Banshees of Inisherin, starring Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson. Even the seemingly happy husband-and-wife couple in Alex Schaad’s Skin Deep will have to question the foundations of their relationship as they visit a remote island. Don’t Worry Darling is Olivia Wilde’s second film, starring Harry Styles, and a psychological thriller packed with mysteries and silence set in the darkest years of the Cold War. Of very different tones are the day’s Orizzonti entries: Innocence by Guy Davidi and To the North by Mihai Mincan are both about the need to break rules that are uselessly strict.