Timothée Chalamet Shares It’s ‘Tough To Be Alive Now’ In Social Media Era

Timothée Chalamet is pounding virtual amusement’s ramifications for society.

The Academy Award picked one opened up Friday at the Venice Film Festival about feeling “genuinely chose” due to enormous stress on the stages.


“To be young now, and to be energetic whenever — I can address my age — is to be truly judged,” he said during a Venice Film Festival back and forth discussion, according to E! News.

The “Bones what not” performer ― who stars in the flick set during the 1980s before the staggering improvement of online diversion — said it was a “help to play characters” who experienced youth in a period some time before stages like Instagram and TikTok existed.


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In the Luca Guadagino-facilitated “Bones and All,” Chalamet and Taylor Russell portray two primative darlings who “join for 1,000 mile odyssey, which takes them through the back roads, hidden away segments and secret passages of Ronald Reagan’s America.”

On Friday, the film got a just about 10-minute profoundly genuine praise following its presentation at the Venice Film Festival.

The changing genuine violence film is set to hit amphitheaters on November 23.