Eda and Revy begin a gunfight with the twins, but the Visotoniki arrive, putting an end to their fight. Hansel and Gretel decide to separate and Revy returns home. Gretel corners Eda, and while holding her as a hostage, requests that she find a getaway boat for herself and her brother. Meanwhile, the Vissotoniki engage Hansel and despite his best efforts, suffer no casualties while attacking him for an entire night. Hansel eventually encounters Balalaika in a park, but is sniped by her men. Elsewhere, Gretel hires the Lagoon Company to transport her, and Rock listens to her recount her past. Sickened at the situation she had to endure due to Ceauşescu's regime and black marketeers, he vents his anger at Benny, who asserts that Rock cannot prevent all the injustice in the world. When the Black Lagoon reaches the getaway point, Gretel is killed by a hired gun from Hotel Moscow, but Rock notes that she died peacefully staring at the sky.
In name association to Summary.
- Rokuro "Rock" Okajima — Daisuke Namikawa (Japanese), Brad Swaile (English)
- Revy — Megumi Toyoguchi (Japanese), Maryke Hendrikse (English)
- Balalaika — Mami Koyama (Japanese), Patricia Drake (English)
- Eda — Jun Karasawa (Japanese), Lisa Ann Beley (English)
- Hansel — Omi Minami (Japanese), Ashleigh Ball (English)
- Gretel — Tomoko Kaneda (Japanese), Jocelyne Loewen (English)
- Opening Theme – Red Fraction (by Mell)
- Russians ambush Twins – 66 Steps
- Gretel holds Eda at gunpoint – The Way to Last Night
- Hansel’s final moments – A Cold Wind in My Mind
- Gretel singing – The World of Midnight (vocals, by Minako “mooki” Obata)
- Gretel recalls those “gray cement walls” – Don’t Look Behind (requiem version)
- Elroy kills Gretel – Tear Drops to Earth
- Ending Theme – The World of Midnight (by Minako “mooki” Obata)