We've all been asked the question: "Which actor would play you in a movie?" A viral tweet is now raising the same question about our very own city of Montreal... and, naturally, people have opinions. According to @Sergetacular, "Timothee Chalamet looks like if Montreal was a person."\nEditor's Choice: Montreal Is Getting 3 Massive Christmas Markets To Spread Cheer In The City This Year\nSince he posted it on September 10, @Sergetacular's tweet has garnered 70,900 likes and 7,000 retweets as well as over 200 comments discussing whether Timothée Chalamet was the right choice for the "role" — and, if so, what that means for Montreal.\nFor those who haven't heard of him, Timothée Chalamet is an American actor who's best known for his performance as Elio in the Oscar-winning film, Call Me by Your Name.\nHe's 24-years-old and from New York though — in true Montreal fashion — he's fluent in both French and English because his father is from France.\nHe's also spoken publicly about spending time in la belle province, telling James Cordon that he once hopped on a 12-hour train ride from New York to Montreal to see a Kid Cudi concert, which inspired him "to be an artist in a lot of ways."\nBut Chalamet's connection to Montreal has nothing to do with the reason behind @Sergetacular's tweet.\nTimothee Chalamet looks like if Montreal was a person.— Millenial Falcon (@Sergetacular) September 11, 2020\n"Me and my friends were just talking about the Dune trailer and that thought popped into my head," @Sergetacular told MTL Blog via Twitter.\n"Our consensus was that he looks like every single person we know that went to McGill . . . So many people are overthinking it, but also [we] are not sure if it’s a compliment or a slight. Because in my head it’s just an abstract visual thing."\nView this post on Instagram who’s going to watch tonight ? ☺️ A post shared by Timothée Chalamet (@tchalamet) on Feb 9, 2020 at 11:25am PST\n@Sergetacular, a Toronto-based designer, said he's found the reactions both "funny" and "interesting."\nSome people used the comparison as an opportunity to vent their frustrations about the city or poke fun at it.\nIf Timothee was was falling apart at the joints and made of rotting cement.— TM (@TM18292344) September 11, 2020\nIf Timothee Chalamet wore 780,000 orange traffic cones.— Thomas Dobronyi (@_ThomDobro) September 11, 2020\nI didn’t realize timothee smelt like weed— MarieAntoinettesWineBottle (@TheySayImMeen) September 11, 2020\nOthers offered alternative suggestions for who the human embodiment of Montreal should be.\nNah. Montreal is definitely a drag queen or an old man singing in a karaoke.— Joaquin Serpe 💚 (@jqnsrp) September 11, 2020\nyes. https://t.co/Zg2fuK7Uvz— puta/madre (@sadgalcece) September 12, 2020\nIt also got people thinking about the personification of different Canadian cities, such as Toronto or Vancouver.\nWho would the most beautiful city in Canada be? Vancouver.— Kent (@K_Stebb) September 11, 2020\nAnsel Elgort is if Toronto was a person.— Damniel (@PhantomMenacing) September 11, 2020\nSome people even said they're keener now on visiting Montreal than they were before, or gained a newfound appreciation for the 514.\nI didn’t know how magnetic and talented Montreal was...— Alex (@Alkraexmer) September 11, 2020\nSo many of the other replies range from total agreement to total disagreement to sheer and utter confusion.\nThe same is true in the comments section on the @fucknomtl Instagram account which reposted the tweet.\nThis is clearly a very polarizing topic, and there isn't one right answer. But it sure is fun to try and find one.