Timothee Chalamet isn't a big fan of social media. The Academy Award nominee, 26 who spoke out about being "intensely judged"

due to the pressures of these platforms in a conversation with reporters on Friday during the Venice Film Festival. He even went as far to claim that social media

To be young now, and to be young whenever -- I can only speak for my generation -- is to be intensely judged," he told reporter

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I'm not sure what it's like to be growing up without the constant bombardment of media platforms," Chalamet added.

"And it was great to play characters grappling with their own internal issues without the option of going to Reddit as well as Twitter, Instagram or TikTok and figure out how they are."

The subject was raised when discussing his upcoming film "Bones & All, which takes place in the 1980s. It was well before the rise of social media.

Without judging the matter, you'll be able to locate your tribe however, I believe it's hard to live today," Chalamet continued.

"I believe that the societal decline is on the horizon -or, at least, it's smells like itand, while not being pretentious,

this is why films are important, as it's the job that the art world has... for them to illuminate what's happening.