Restless Hearts (German: Herzen ohne Ziel, Spanish: Corazones sin rumbo) is a 1928 German-Spanish silent film directed by Benito Perojo and Gustav Ucicky and starring Betty Bird, Hanna Ralph and Livio Pavanelli.
|Distributed by||Bavaria Film (Germany)|
|1 November 1928|
The film was a co-production between a Spanish company and the German studio Bavaria Film. The Argentine actress Imperio Argentina was cast after winning a competition staged by the film's producers. The film was based on a novel by Pedro Mata. Art direction was by Ludwig Reiber.
On its release the film was attacked by Spanish critics who felt that the Spanish actors had been relegated to lesser roles.
- Labanyi & Pavlović p. 300
- Labanyi, Jo & Pavlović, Tatjana. A Companion to Spanish Cinema. John Wiley & Sons, 2012.
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