Y&R Alum Sasha Calle Promotes New Sundance-Bound Film

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This Supergirl is super thankful for her latest project.

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Though she hasn’t appeared on The Young and the Restless since May 2021, actress Sasha Calle, who made quite the impression as spitfire Lola Rosales, remains as busy as ever.

Sasha Calle Thanks Sundance

Calle took to Instagram on Wednesday to promote her latest project, the independent feature film In the Summers, with a screenshot and the simple caption, “Thank you, [Sundance]. See you soon.”

The flick, which wrapped production in July 2023, is described as “the story of Latine sisters, Violeta (Lío Mehiel) and Eva (Calle), who visit their loving but reckless father Vicente (Pérez Joglar) every summer. He creates a world of wonder, but under the fun facade, he battles addiction, which gradually erodes the magic, culminating in a devastating tragedy. Vicente tries to make up for the past, but wounds aren’t easily healed.” (For a full cast list, production credits, and first-look photos, read the exclusive from Deadline.)

Calle has been on a roll since bidding Genoa City adieu. Of course, there was her turn as Kara Zor-El, AKA Supergirl, in the film The Flash, which, despite underperforming at the box office, is still on track to serve as a launching pad for a solo blockbuster, Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow. (Love a good rumor? How about this one, which posits the Supergirl film might be reinterpreted as a television series.)

In addition, the Y&R grad has a star turn in the upcoming picture On Swift Horses, a drama that follows “Muriel and her husband Lee,” whose “bright new life is upended by the arrival of Lee’s brother.”

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