Synopsis by Mark Deming
In 1958, Cliff Richard burst on the British music scene as one of the U.K.'s first homegrown rock & roll singers. More than 30 years later, Richard was still one of England's best-loved pop stars, and in 1989 he sold out two concert at London's Wembley Stadium -- the second show was added after the first sold out in less than three hours. Cliff Richard: From a Distance -- The Event captures Richard's remarkable Wembley performance for posterity, in the artist performing a set that spans the full range of his musical career. Songs include "Always," "Dreamin'," "Some People," "We Don't Talk Anymore," "Summer Holiday," "Move It," and many more.