Not without the -X flag it doesn't:
Hash %window missing the % in argument 1 of each() at black.pl line 1.
Hash %watches missing the % in argument 1 of each() at black.pl line 3
Array @them missing the @ in argument 1 of pop() at black.pl line 5.
Array @moralities missing the @ in argument 1 of shift() at black.pl l
Hash %aside missing the % in argument 1 of values() at black.pl line 9
Hash %one missing the % in argument 1 of each() at black.pl line 9.
Hash %sacrifice missing the % in argument 1 of each() at black.pl line
Use of "do" to call subroutines is deprecated at black.pl line 15.
Use of "do" to call subroutines is deprecated at black.pl line 16.
With -X it does compile fine though:
# perl -X -c black.pl
black.pl syntax OK
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