France's health minister Agnès Buzyn has said she will discuss with her culture ministry counterpart measures to remove or reduce the appearance of smoking in films as part of an anti-tobacco drive in the country where an estimated 75,000 people per year die from smoking-related diseases.
Seventeen hospitals across France will take part in a 36-month trial whereby expectant mothers can earn 300 euros in shop vouchers if they give up smoking.
Union representing head teachers and senior staff says students massing on the street constitutes even higher risk than that posed by tobacco.
The non-smoking man shared a cell of around 20 square metres with up to six fellow inmates, several of whom were smokers.
Lighting up in the children's play areas of public parks in France is to be outlawed from July, with offenders fined €68.
President Hollande says plan includes doubling number of clinical trials for cancer drugs and introducing widespread screening for cervical cancer.
Health minister wants ban on smoking in open public spaces, including beaches, parks and campuses, but anti-tobacco campaigners are sceptical.