Learn the dire consequences of following the American dream in "Blue Hill Avenue" (2001). Growing up on the mean streets of Boston's South Side, four friends make their dreams come true the only way they know how, through small crime and dealing drugs.Director Craig Ross Jr.'s film follows Allen Payne as a middle class child with solid moral values who's lured into the world of drug trade through his friends. When the group draws the attention of a charismatic dealer, played by Clarence Williams III,the friends experience a success they never knew before. But deadly repercussions soon follow, leading to a grisly showdown. The film won the Grand Jury Prize for Best Director at the 2001 Urbanworld Film Festival.