The camerawork of this movie is a one-of-a-kind experience. In all the movies that I have ever seen, it never came to the level that is reached in this movie. At some point, I was just totally unsure how on earth they were able to make such great camera shots. At other times, it was as if I was running together with the same group of rioters.I should note that the story is a quite violent one. So you really need to be prepared for some pretty nasty rioting scenes. But please rest assured that there is almost no blood to be seen.During the first few minutes of the movie, I had a hard time figuring out what on earth caused these riots. It took quite some time before I understood the reason. I think the storywriters deliberately waited some time before informing the viewer with this info. Why?! Because the first few minutes were just packed with tons of action... The only thing that I can compare it with are the initial scenes of "Saving Private Ryan", where the Allied landing in Normandy - Omaha Beach - is shown.I think that the situation depicted in this movie fits well with nowadays reality in not only France, but also in many other countries. The real question is how poor city blocks - which are mainly inhabited by migrant families - will react on violence towards their ethnic group. Especially if it is caused by police. As such, this movie has parallels with for instance the riots in the USA that were caused by the killing of George Floyd. Facts that led to an increased popularity of the "Black Lives Matter"-movement.After having seen this movie, I hope to see more of this director. Taking into account the awesome camerawork, which is an experience in itself, I rate this movie with 7.3 stars (rounded to 7).