Ingmar Bergman's second film was the gentle 1946 comedy/drama DET REGNAR PA VAR KARLEK (IT RAINS ON OUR LOVE) starring Birger Malmsten and Barbro Kollberg.
A narrator observes David and Maggi who meet at the train station when she misses the last train. David offers to share a room and they wake up in love. Caught in a rainstorm in the countryside, David reluctantly breaks into an empty cottage. They are discovered by Hakansson, the owner, who offers to rent it to them.
Secrets are revealed - David was in prison for burglary, Maggi is pregnant from a one-night stand - and although David gets employment, the couple are confronted with small-minded people who thwart their attempts at happiness.
Hakansson sells the land the cottage is on; when David hits an eviction official the couple go to court where their lifestyle is on trial but then the narrator intervenes...
Shelf or charity shop? Delightful performances make this a keeper - it's part of a box-set of early Bergman classics anyway!