A comedy-drama written by, produced by, and starring Jerome Courshon, breaks little new ground in the yuppie reunion genre, a formula that dates from the earliest years of American independent filmmaking (''The Return of the Secaucus Seven'') and was definitively hollywoodized by ''The Big Chill.'' In Mr. Courshon's film (he is clearly the auteur, exercises creative control ever his work and has a strong personal style, although, the direction is by Paul Leaf), five boyhood pals gather at a cabin in the woods for a Fourth of July weekend. They are an artificially diverse lot, representing a number of far too convenient contrasts in professions, political opinions and romantic philosophies. Mr. Courshon has cast himself as the moral center of the work. He is Trent, an idealistic artist (in an
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