Juliet and his band of vampires arrive at school. Moving toward Romeus and his band of angels. Other students - mere humans - watching the scene from afar. Vampires and angels form a circle of privacy around their leader. Juliet comes to say goodbye to Romeus. They communicate telepathically to preserve their secret.
Romeus and Juliet spend one last night together in a abandoned classroom. Their union is a symbol of the complementarity of Good and Evil.
They leave on the ground of the school. Juliet's departure shows the weakness of the flesh love toward problems more grounded.
Juliet goes home: the Castle of Käpullet which also houses all the vampires in the area. She bursts in and interrupts a celebration of vampires. At the bottom, the powerful family Käpullet throne. Her parents are angry against Juliet saw a discomfort for some time. Juliet and her father tried to explain in vain. His mother smells angel's odor from Juliet. Parents have the power to develop their children, but they also have a destructive power over them.
Juliet is left alone in his room with her domestic raven. She prepares to commit suicide by absorption of several drugs. Suddenly a door vibrates what surprises Juliet just before she drinks his deadly cocktail. Juliet remembers that she hid behind the door and begins to wonder. She opens the door and there is a white cat. When she turns around, she sees the statue of Jesus Christ she had hidden so that his parents do not find. In his thoughts, Juliet remembers the words of Romeus. Believing in a sign, Juliet renounces suicide. She decides to welcome the day: her release. Presumably Juliet suicides. But in fact, she applies to the letter the advice of Romeus. A human being would have allowed the day would be saved by faith. As for vampires, they burn in the sun.
Juliet loses his vampire life on earth and wins a heavenly life. She finds Romeus awaits at the gates of Paradise. Romeus proposes Juliet to follow him to reach the Kingdom of God. Juliet agrees. The couple flies in a column of light.