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'Warriors of the Rainbow' star: From minister to leading man

Lin Ching-Tai is a 52-year-old Presbyterian minister in Taiwan. But for the epic action film “Warriors of the Rainbow: Seediq Bale,” he traded his vestments for tattoos and a fake scar, transforming into the legendary aboriginal chief Mouna Rudo, who led a bloody rebellion against Japanese colonizers of the island in 1930. The movie is now playing in Los Angeles.
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