A lot of roses have escaped cultivation to our fields, thickets and roadsides. If you see a double wild rose, it will be one of the fugitives. But it will be a problem to tell which one. Hardly anything has been stirred up more by horticulture than the rose gene pool. So we end up with French rose as a name for a certain segment of the garden rose spectrum. When a specimen is turned in to a herbarium, and can't be neatly identified, it is labelled "undetermined". I bet there are a bunch of roses in those folders. So maybe a rose is a rose, we should settle for that, and go watch "An Affair to Remember". Or "Sleepless".