Blue Hill Avenue targets the increase associated with the drug trade-in Boston, as seen through the eyes of three youth buddies. The time may be the late '70s, and Tristan (Allen Payne), Money (Aaron D. Spears), E-Bone (William Johnson), and Simon (Michael Taliferro) are typical high-school friends and petty thieves on mean roads associated with the city's south-side. Their particular antics bring all of them on interest of Benny (Clarence Williams III), a charismatic drug dealership whom takes the four buddies under his wing. Many straight-and-narrow of the lot, Tristan manages to keep their nefarious trade beneath the radar of their parents. Because the years pass, however, the dealers introduce break to their type of narcotics, and Tristan's feeling of shame over their neighborhood's demise contributes to an inevitable betrayal of Benny, accompanied by a grisly showdown.