Timothée Chalamet Shares It's ‘Tough To Be Alive Now’ In Social Media Era
Timothée Chalamet criticises the negative impacts of social media on society.
The Academy Award contender spoke candidly about feeling "intensely scrutinised"
on Friday at the Venice Film Festival because of intense pressure from platforms.
I can only speak for my generation, but being young now and whenever is to be harshly criticised,
he stated at a news conference for the Venice Film Festival. The "Bones and All"
actor said it was "relieving to play characters" who grew up in a time before platforms
like Instagram and TikTok." The movie is set in the 1980s, before the enveloping
development of social media. You can find your tribe there, without passing judgement
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