|Life According to Agfa|
|Directed by||Assi Dayan|
|Produced by||Rafi Bukai|
|Written by||Assi Dayan|
|Music by||Naftali Alter|
|Edited by||Zohar Sela|
Life According to Agfa (Hebrew: ?) is a 1993 Israeli drama film directed by Assi Dayan. The film was selected as the Israeli entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 65th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.
The plot revolves around one night in a small Tel Aviv pub whose employees and patrons represent a microcosm of Israeli society – men and women, Jews and Arabs, Ashkenazi and Sephardi Jews, kibbutzniks and city-dwellers. When an aggressive group of chauvinistic army soldiers is thrown out of the pub for provoking a waitress and one of the kitchen workers, they return and spray the indifferent group of party-goers with bullets.
Life According to Agfa received near-unanimous critical acclaim, winning an Ophir Award for Best Film, and did moderately well at the box office. The film also received Honourable Mentions at the Jerusalem and Berlin Film Festivals, and was entered for the film festivals in Toronto, Montpellier, Calcutta and Singapore.