|My Heart Longs for Love|
|Directed by||Eugen Thiele|
|Written by|| Franz Rauch |
|Produced by|| Gabriel Levy |
|Starring|| Trude Berliner |
|Edited by||Ladislao Vajda|
|Music by||Leo Leux|
|14 September 1931|
My Heart Longs for Love (German: Mein Herz sehnt sich nach Liebe) is a 1931 German musical romance film directed by Eugen Thiele and starring Trude Berliner, Max Adalbert and Johannes Riemann.   The film's sets were designed by the art directors Botho Hoefer and Bernhard Schwidewski.
Trude Berliner was a German actress. She was one of many Jewish actors and actresses who were forced to flee Europe when the Nazis came to power in 1933.
Johannes Riemann was a German actor and film director. Riemann was a member of the Nazi Party.
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