WATCH: Woman Secretly Films Life in IS-controlled Raqqa

Footage purports to show daily life in the northern Syrian city after it was taken over by Islamic State nearly 18 months ago.

A woman from Raqqa in Syria, which was taken over by Islamic State nearly 18 months ago, has secretly filmed daily life in the city.

The footage, filmed in February and April this year, purports to show people in the streets of the northern Syrian city, with many carrying weapons. In one scene, a woman in a niqab is seen walking with a young child, an AK47 over her shoulder.

In another scene, the filmmaker is called over by a man in a car, who tells her that her face is too visible under her veil.

The video was broadcast on France 2 this week, according to the U.K.'s Daily Telegraph newspaper. In one scene that was filmed in an internet cafe, French women are seen speaking in French to worried relatives back home. According to the video, some 150 women from France have joined militant groups in Syria.  

Screen shot of undercover footage from Raqqa, Syria.