You can discover where Deep Red, and other famous movies of Dario Argento were filmed in Turin.
Deep Red was shot mainly on a location in Turin, a "magical" city according to Argento, in sixteen weeks. The main reason why he chose Turin was because at the time there were more practising Satanists in Turin than in any other European city. You can discover secret corner of this town with Dario Argento eye's. You can see not only Deep Red location, but also Four Flies on Grey Velvet, The Cat o' Nine Tails, and others. His connection with Turin is an intriguing one. Not only has Dario Argento directed 7 films in the city, but in interviews he has praised Turin for its “magical” ambience and its connotations with the supernatural and the occult. Whether or not you believe Turin to be a sinister or diabolical place his passion for the city produced one of the classics of the horror genre: Profondo Rosso (Deep red). The film is regarded by fans as possibly his finest; a ghoulish blend of murder mystery and horror that utilises some key landmarks in Turin. An English jazz pianist is witness to a murder that he must solve before he too becomes a victim of the black gloved killer. Suspend your disbelief for an exciting and scary ride. There are a few locations in Turin, which play a central role in the film. The opening murder scene takes place in the apartments overlooking Piazza CLN, throwing in a beautifully shot sequence involving the reclining statue of the God Po.