HomeCelebrity NewsIn the New age of Social Media, Timothée Chalamet says it’s ‘Tough To Be Alive Now’

In the New age of Social Media, Timothée Chalamet says it’s ‘Tough To Be Alive Now’

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criticizes the negative impacts of on society. The Academy Award contender spoke candidly about feeling “intensely scrutinized” on Friday at the Venice Film Festival because of intense pressure from platforms. I can only say for my age, but to be young today, and to be young whenever, is to be highly assessed, he stated at a press conference for the Venice Film Festival, according to E! News.

The “Bones and All” actor said it was a “comfort to portray characters” who grew long before platforms such asTickTock or . The movie is set in the 1980s, before the all-pervasive development of social media.

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Without the assault of social media, I can’t even begin to picture what it was like to grow up, the 26-year-old continued. And it was a comfort to portray characters struggling inside without access to Reddit, Twitter, Instagram, or TikTok to help them find their place in the world. The New York celebrity continued by asserting that social media may cause a “societal breakdown.

You may find your tribe there without passing judgment, but in my opinion, it’s difficult to survive in this day and age, Chalamet remarked. Without sounding arrogant, I believe that societal breakdown is in the air, or at least it smells like it, and that’s why ideally, movies are important because that’s the artist’s responsibility… to put a light on what’s going on.

Standing Ovation

Chalamet and play two cannibalistic lovers who come together on a thousand-mile voyage, which takes them through the back roads, hidden tunnels, and trap doors of Ronald Reagan’s America in the Luca Guadagno-directed film “Bones and All.” Following its world debut at the Venice Film Festival on Friday, the movie earned a standing ovation over ten minutes. On November 23, the romantic horror movie about adolescence will be released in cinemas.