Philosophical parable "Eastern Corridor" was created during the decline of the "thaw", when Soviet artists were, though metered and censored, but still "a breath of freedom." As the film industry (as, indeed, and other production) in 1960s is entirely owned by the state, the question of commercial profit from the rental of films, although on the agenda, but was not completely dominant. There was a so-called state orders on important topics of state ideology, such as a revolutionary, military, historical, biographical, etc. It is logical that within the framework of military subjects were allowed not only action-picture type of spy ware detective but also films that were not originally designed for a mass audience, but significant for the annual "plan." Thus, there is no doubt that the "Eastern Corridor" was in the thematic focus of the studio "Belarus-film" based on usual partisan drum section telling about the heroism of Soviet people during the occupation. Eventually, the film was ...