A well-known bottleneck of neural networks is the requirement of large datasets for successful training. We present a method for reduction of 2D radial cine MRI images which allows to properly train a neural network on limited datasets. The network is trained on spatio-temporal slices of healthy volunteers which are previously extracted from the image sequences and is tested on patients data with known heart dysfunction. The image sequences are reassembled from the processed spatio-temporal slices. Our method is shown to have several advantages compared to other Deep Learning-based methods and achieves comparable results to a state-of-the-art Compressed Sensing-based method.